Programi obuke za proleće 2018
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Interview with Daniel Manațe, President of The National Association of Romanian Authorized Valuers 2016-2017
Toronto, CANADA – The International Institute of Business Valuers (iiBV) and International Association of Consultants, Valuators and Analysts (IACVA) announce that IACVA has become a member of iiBV and the iiBV will become a member of IACVA. This is a first step towards the two organizations developing a comprehensive strategic alliance to develop business valuation courses and designations worldwide. iiBV has a program of highly regarded profession business valuation courses that are curated by leading business valuation professionals and offered around the world.
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.
The ASEAN Valuers Association (AVA) joined many national and regional bodies in supporting and adopting the International Valuation Standards at its 20th VA Congress held in Singapore from 11 to 13 September 2017. The event was organised by the Singapore Institute of Surveyors and Valuers (SISV).
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.