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International Valuation Standards (IVS) 2017

IVS 2017 marks an important milestone towards harmonizing valuation practice across the world. Attend this web class for essential training on how to meet the new mandatory guidelines.

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Session Duration:
90 minutes
Date:
Tue 4 Dec 2018
Time:
12:00 PM - 01:30 PM
Venue:
Online
CPD:
1,5 hours formal CPD
From
$25

Course overview

As a valuer, you are relied upon in financial and other markets. Whether providing valuations for inclusion in financial statements, for regulatory compliance or to support secured lending and transactional activity, your services are essential to your clients and stakeholders. The International Valuation Standards Council (IVSC) has significantly revised its International Valuation Standards (IVS) to build confidence and public trust in the valuation process. The new guidelines create a framework to help you deliver credible valuation opinions in a professional and ethical manner.

Course Content

This course will include the reasoning and theory behind the new IVS, whilst showing you how it practically applies to your role.

Why Attend?

By attending this course, all practitioners, stakeholders and end-users will be able to demonstrate comprehension of the new mandatory requirements in order to provide to IVS 2017 compliant valuation reports and give confidence to their clients. This course will guide you through the new structure and framework of the standard as well as other significant changes, and new chapters on the basis of value and valuation approaches.

Who Should Attend?

  • Real estate valuers
  • Business valuers – including accounts

About this course

Learning Objectives

By the end of the web class, you will be able to:

  • Recognize the new requirements contained within International Valuation Standards 2017
  • Implement the steps necessary for application and compliance with these new standards
  • Define the key stages required form initial instruction to final report, included in the general standard IVS 101-105
  • Demonstrate knowledge of the additional requirements contained within the asset specific standards (IVS 200-500)
  • Provide or interpret IVS complaint valuation reports

Content

In this web class, we will cover:

  • Reasoning and theory behind the new IVS
  • IVS requirements
  • Role related applications

Instructor

Lance W. Doré FRICS

President and CEO of The Doré Group

Lance W. Doré FRICS MAI is the President and CEO of The Doré Group. In this role, he directs all valuation assignments involving a wide variety of conventional and complex real properties, serves as litigation support to both public and private clients, provides expert advisory services including forensic analyses and market and feasibility studies, as well as valuation for financial reporting.

Mr. Doré has been a real estate appraiser for over 30 years and in additional to traditional real estate valuation has a special expertise in the valuation of complex highest and best use issues, right of ways, energy facilities, conservation land and partial interests. His geographical valuation expertise is focused in the western United States and has completed international assignments in Tokyo, Central America, Mexico, Cyprus, and Moscow. Mr. Doré has written several articles and books – mostly recently The Secrets of Real Estate Revealed.

Questions

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Prices

  • RICS professionals $25
  • Non-RICS professionals $50
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From
$25