The Professional Standards Committee is focused on promoting best practices and professionalism by encouraging more consistency and greater transparency in fund reporting for the Asia Pacific non-listed real estate vehicles.

ANREV endorses the INREV Guidelines for vehicles in Asia Pacific. The committee helps to raise awareness on those Guidelines, support members adoption of the best practices and work closely with INREV on any new development or updates of the standards.

The committee members include:

  • Name
    Company
  • Paul Walters (Chair)
    PwC
  • Dean Moroz
    Ashurst
  • Ada Yeung
    BlackRock
  • Eric Lechat
    Citco Fund Services
  • Jennifer Chiu
    Heitman
  • Mandy Lam
    Intertrust
  • Vincent Ng
    Langham Hall
  • Sriram Subramanian
    M&G Investments

Do you have a question?

For further information, please don't hesitate to contact us.

Amélie Delaunay
Research and Professional Standards

Would you like to join the Professional Standards Committee?

From time to time, vacancies arise in our Working Committees, creating opportunities for interested members of ANREV to contribute in a meaningful way to the work of the association. If you are interested in joining this particular committee, do please contact Amélie Delaunay at [email protected] to make your interest known.

Related Information

  • The INREV Guidelines provide a sound basis for consistent and detailed information exchange and reporting to investors. The Guidelines are organised into eight modules, six have assessments.

  • The INREV Guidelines provide a sound basis for consistent and detailed information exchange and reporting to investors. The Guidelines are organised into eight modules, six have assessments.

  • ANREV actively supports the drive towards sustainability in the non-listed real estate funds industry in the Asia Pacific region. To promote best practice across the region, ANREV has established a Sustainability Committee, whose members meet regularly during the year.

  • The INREV Guidelines provide a sound basis for consistent and detailed information exchange and reporting to investors. The Guidelines are organised into eight modules, six have assessments.

  • ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) continues to gain momentum across the non-listed real estate sector, impacting today’s business strategies, social and financial returns, and company ethos.

  • The Guidelines provide a sound basis for consistent and detailed information exchange and reporting to investors. The Guidelines are organised into eight modules, six have assessments.