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ANREV and INREV aim to improve transparency and promote best practice and professionalism in the non-listed real estate industry. INREV has developed an integrated set of principles and recommendations including tools and examples for governance and information provision for fund managers and investors of non-listed real estate vehicles.
ANREV endorses the INREV Guidelines in the Asia Pacific region and work to promote and encourage their practice.
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.
Measure your vehicle against industry best practice and determine its level of compliance with the INREV Guidelines. The assessments enable the comparison of a vehicle’s level of governance against industry norms and highlight areas for improvement.
ANREV, NCREIF and PREA are working together to create global standards.
The INREV Due Diligence Questionnaire (DDQ) was first launched in April 2007, to assist an investor or consultant in the due diligence process to understand a fund manager’s structure, strategy and non-listed real estate business.
The value of Sustainability Reporting is that it ensures organisations consider their impacts on sustainability issues, and enables them to be transparent about the issues they face. This increased transparency leads to better decision making, which helps build and maintain a sustainable real estate sector.
ANREV aims to improve knowledge on regulatory, legal and tax aspects that impact the non-listed real estate industry in Asia Pacific. With the help of the Regulatory and Tax committee, ANREV monitor any new regulation, legal or tax developments in the real estate industry in Asia Pacific.
The INREV Standard Data Delivery Sheet aims to standardize the information exchanged between a fund manager and an investor.
The INREV Due Diligence Questionnaire (DDQ) for debt vehicles provides a standardised framework, helping investors to achieve a high level of scrutiny when entering a vehicle for the first time. To help us shape the Debt Vehicle DDQ and further improve your workflow we present an updated version for member consultation.
This updated version has been aligned with the generic INREV DDQ issued in 2018 and resembles the same phased approach consisting of three stages: Preliminary, Advanced and Supplementary.
It has also been aligned with the terms in the Global Definitions Database to improve its usability across the globe.
This consultation period is open for eight weeks, members are invited to provide feedback before 28 October.
Please provide your comments to [email protected].
The Professional Standards Committee is focused on promoting best practice and professionalism by encouraging more consistency and greater transparency in fund reporting for the Asian non-listed property funds sector.
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