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Fund Valuation and Reporting


Fund Valuation and Reporting is a practical one-day introduction to the key elements of reporting in line with the INREV Guidelines, to help you understand and replicate best practices.

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The Attendance Fee is:
€750 for INREV members
€1000 for non-members.

If you are not an INREV member and wish to register, please contact INREV Academy.

Participation fee and cancellation policy

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1.1. This INREV training course is open to INREV members and non-members.  

1.2. For all attendees, the Membership Terms and Conditions fully apply. In the event of any conflict or inconsistency between any provisions of these course Terms and Conditions and the Membership Terms and Conditions, first these course Terms and Conditions and then the Membership Terms and Conditions shall prevail.

1.3. Attendees will hereinafter together be referred to as “Applicants”.

1.4. The costs of attending the training course (Attendance Fee) is €750 for members and € 1000,- for non-members.

1.5. Admission to this course is subject to registration and subsequent written confirmation of that registration by INREV. Please note that limited seats per organisation are available (limited to two seats per member organisation and one seat per non-member organisation).

1.6. All personal data provided to INREV by Applicants, during the application process or afterwards, will be processed in accordance with the Privacy Statement of INREV, which can be found on the INREV website.

Cancellation and attendance policy

2.1. After registration for the online course, cancellation is possible if that cancellation request is written to training@inrev.org before Friday 26 April 2024

2.2 In case of a no-show the full course fee is due.

2.3 To deliver a successful course, active contribution is of huge importance and therefore we expect participants to attend all sessions live (incl. the break-out sessions and case studies). If you fail to attend a session, we are regrettably unable to grand you with the course Certificate of Attendance.

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Learning goals

This comprehensive one-day course is led by Hugo Monster from Credit Suisse, a UBS Group Company, and covers positions on key reporting aspects in the context of the INREV Guidelines while focusing on approach and practical implementation. This includes the INREV Guidelines framework, as well as INREV Guidelines related to property valuations, INREV NAV, fee and expense metrics, performance measurement and reporting. The course also discusses the INREV Standard Data Delivery Sheet (SDDS) and its implications for reporting and management information systems.

The course will cover the following topics:

  • INREV Guidelines – scope and compliance
  • The role of property valuations
  • INREV’s NAV principles
  • The role of INREV's fee and expense metrics
  • Performance measurement ratios
  • Reporting best practices, including the INREV Reporting Guidelines and INREV SDDS.
  • A standardised approach to ESG reporting including the new ESG SDDS

Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to:

  • Understand the role and approach of the INREV Guidelines
  • Learn the key components of annual reporting disclosures
Target Audience

This course will be of interest to investors, investment managers, and service providers, as well as advisors who play a central role in the preparation or analysis of fund reports. Attendees should have a basic understanding of reporting requirements but wish to improve their practical knowledge and application of the INREV Guidelines.


Additional information

This course is open to both INREV members and non-members and counts towards the INREV/Henley Certificate for Non-listed Real Estate Investments. It is a mandatory course for the Corporate Finance stream and an elective course for the Portfolio Management stream.

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