License Agreement between iiBV and NAVS
NAVS court experts
Decision no. 153-00-158/2017-16 for accreditation of National Association of Valuers of Serbia as organizer of professional education of real estate valuers
Decision no. 401-00-2350/2017-16 for accreditation of National Association of Valuers of Serbia as organizer of continuous education
The Business Valuation Summit was held in Bangalore, India January 17, 2018, to discuss the draft regulations for a Registered Valuer Organization (RVO), issued by the Ministry of Corporate Affairs; and the valuation education and accreditation required to support India’s rapid growth in the global economy. Organized by I-Deals Network and the International Institute of Business Valuers (iiBV), with sponsors including International Valuation Standards Council (IVSC), Business Valuation Resources, Duff & Phelps and Annveshan, the Summit featured leading experts from India and eight nations in valuation, private equity, venture capital and corporate users.
Interview with Daniel Manațe, President of The National Association of Romanian Authorized Valuers 2016-2017
27 February, Radison Blu Centrum Hotel, Warsaw
The exclusive use of statistical methods of valuation, including Automated Valuation Models (AVM), in the process of mortgage loan initiation and in the event of aa subsequent valuation review is contrary to European (and therefore Polish) law. Top speakers from Poland and abroad will explain why this is so and to what extent statistics and AVMs may be used in property valuation and market analysis.
On 28 October 2017 in Marseille, the TEGoVA General Assembly, by near-unanimity, approved the attached European Valuation Standard EVS 6 “Automated Valuation Models (AVMs)” and European Valuation Guidance Note EVGN 11 “The Valuer’s Use of Statistical Tools” and rendered them immediately operational. They are now an integral part of European Valuation Standards and are to be complied with by all members of TEGoVA’s 71 member associations including all REVs and TRVs.
In spite of the rapid global growth of the sector, determining the value of a wind, solar, biomass or hydro energy project is no easy feat.
How do you achieve a realistic estimate of cash flow? What is an appropriate discount rate? And, how useful is the weighted average cost of capital (“WACC”) in determining a discount rate when required returns are measured against stock market performance?
IVSC is pleased to announce the appointment of Ana Maria Elorrieta to its Board of Trustees.
Ms Elorrieta has over 35 years’ experience in accountancy having been a Partner at PwC in Brazil and was head of Risk and Quality in South America for the firm from 2003 to 2010 and in Brazil from 1997 to 2012. She has also served on the Board of IFAC and the IAASB, acted in different capacities for the Brazil Federal Accounting Council and was Chair of the Brazilian Institute of Independent Accountants.