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A practical overview of UK Standards
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RICS Valuation Standards Essential Update seminars detail the most recent updates to the Global Standards 2017 UK National Supplement. This new UK national supplement, expected to be published later this year, will focus on UK statutory or regulatory requirements directly impacting valuations in the UK.
Be first to hear about these changes and ensure you remain at the forefront of valuation practice and professionally compliant. These seminars offer delegates the opportunity to hear from those closely involved in the formation of the RICS Red Book and provides a forum for discussion around some of the more complex areas. Don’t miss your opportunity to have your questions answered by our panel of experts.
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The political changes and sentiment around the globe have led to a new focus on International Standards. Now more than ever, appropriate valuation standards and their effective regulation are vital to promote and sustain public confidence and trust in the valuation process
The RICS Red Book Global 2017 and the new UK National Supplement have both been updated and extensively re-worked to provide a comprehensive framework for RICS valuers to deliver valuations that are IVSC compliant. The UK National Supplement retains an underlying focus and emphasis on the Red Book Global as the primary source of reference for the valuation standards to be met by RICS members and the format now follows that in RB Global, which it is hoped will make the new UK material easier to use.
The recently published professional statement on conflicts of interest – effective from 1st of January 2018 - focuses on the need and high priority to properly identify and manage conflicts of interest – failure to identify a conflict acts against the public interest, may damage consumer confidence and seriously threatens the integrity of the profession and those acting within it.
The Red Book framework, professional statements and guidance notes provide a risk management tool for both clients and the valuer that can be regulated – an essential instrument in providing confidence in valuation services.
These seminars therefore are a “must-attend” for anyone working within the valuation sector. The practically based interactive content will clearly direct valuers to the key points that they need to be aware of and address in their day-to-day work to ensure that they remain compliant and at the forefront of their profession
Professor David Tretton FRICS FIRRV
Public Sector Property Consultant, RICS and World Bank