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INREV Introduction to Effective Due Diligence - eLearning
Can you explain the fundamentals of due diligence and its role in the non-listed real estate industry? This INREV eLearning module will introduce participants to the due diligence process for non-listed investments. Besides, you can familiarise yourself with the INREV Due Diligence Questionnaire (DDQ) and what this tool has to offer you.
This first INREV eLearning module will provide delegates with a practical understanding of basic INREV NAV standards. This additional service in our training programme will provide a stepping stone to the classroom training, making sure that everyone is at the same level before they undertake the more advanced courses. Of course, it is also a great way to update or refresh your knowledge on INREV NAV.
Environmental, Social and Governance (ESG) aspects are increasingly important for institutional investors and fund managers when making non-listed real estate investments. Best practices and risk mitigation measures in the industry are developing rapidly.
Risk Management for Non-listed Real Estate Vehicles
Comprehensive and proactive Risk Management is key to optimising the potential of a real estate portfolio. This INREV one-day course is designed to extend participants’ practical knowledge and understanding about Risk Management for non-listed real estate vehicles from both the investor and fund manager perspectives.
This advanced one-day course will address reporting aspects of the INREV Guidelines which are used to calculate INREV Net Asset Value (NAV) and will provide you with a better understanding of market best practice and examples related to adjustments, calculations and practical challenges.
As the non-listed real estate industry strives for greater comparability, performance measurement becomes increasingly important for both investors and investment managers.
This INREV one-day course will examine the theory and practicalities behind these two topics from the investor and investment manager perspectives.