INREV Guidelines 2023: updated and ready for implementation

11 Jan, 2023

This includes a new Sustainability module and an update to the Reporting and Property Valuation modules.
But that’s not all; the INREV DDQ has also been updated and is now complemented by a customer due diligence guidance.

Together with the updates to the Governance and Performance measurement modules that were launched in January 2022, there is now one integrated set of INREV Guidelines broken down into 10 modules.

How can I successfully implement these changes?

INREV understands that it’s quite a task to implement these changes and that’s why there are plans in place to support the industry with implementation.

  • There’s a transition period to give organisations time to implement the changes;
  • The modules will be accompanied by a change log so you can clearly see what has changed.
  • The modules also have appendices which include practical examples and an up-to-date Q&A to clarify different aspects and facilitate implementation.

INREV will continue to support the implementation by updating or creating a self-assessment for each module so that members can easily see where they adhere and deviate from the Guidelines, how this compares to their peers and use this to improve reporting to investors.

In the course of 2023, INREV will also embark on an update of the SDDS, including ESG KPIs which will be presented for member consultation to gather feedback.

For questions about the INREV Guidelines 2023 please reach out to [email protected]

Do you have a question?

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

Sebastian Ramirez
Research & Professional Standards Manager