The impact of Covid-19 on businesses and financial markets has been unprecedented in recent times. Turbulent markets and increased uncertainty for businesses means that valuers will face many challenges in performing valuations and in reporting them in a helpful and an informative way.
To assist valuers, the International Valuations Standards Council’s technical board has released a letter looking at valuation during periods of market uncertainty, referencing the most relevant parts of the latest international valuation standards.
In this webinar Alexander Aronsohn, IVSC’s Technical Director for Tangible Assets, will discuss this guidance in more detail and will highlight how valuers can use the IVS’s to guide them during this period of uncertainty.
Alexander Aronsohn FRICS - Director of Technical Standards
Alexander is a chartered surveyor with long and wide ranging experience encompassing residential asset management, commercial and residential development, rating, national and international valuation and investment. He has worked as a property professional for over twenty years in a number of different specialisms, including at DTZ where he became an associate director in both their international valuation and international investment teams, focussing on cross border portfolio valuation and investment. He has also run his own consultancy firm which provided international valuation and investment advice to a number of high profile clients and surveying firms.
Alexander joined RICS in 2011 and is the RICS Director of Technical Standards and currently sits on the various valuation boards, working groups and task forces panels. He is involved in shaping policy and best practice within this area through his work on International Valuation Standards and is the IVSC Standards Director and assisted the IVSC Standards Board on drafting IVS 2017. Alexander is also the Executive Secretary of the IPMS Standard Setting Committee (SSC), which comprise a team of 18 global experts that are drafting the International Property Measurement Standards for Offices, Residential, Industrial, Retail and Mixed Use Buildings. Alexander is also the Executive Secretary of the IESC Standard Setting Committee (SSC), ILMS Standard Setting Committee (SSC)and a member of the ICMS Standard Setting Committee (SSC).
Richard Stokes Director of Communications & External Affairs
Richard is responsible for the IVSC’s external communications, stakeholder engagement, marketing and brand activities with a focus on growing awareness of, and demand for IVS and valuation professionalism across international markets.
Richard joined IVSC in January 2018. Prior to this he was Head of Global Corporate Affairs within a prominent international standard-setting organisation operating in 40 countries and with more than 130,000 professional members worldwide.
Richard has experience working with valuation and other professional standards organisations throughout the world and has presented regularly on strategic communications in standard setting, including at meetings hosted by the World Bank (2013) and United Nations (2015).
Richard led communications, research and policy development projects at the UK Government’s Foreign and Commonwealth Office between 2009 and 2013. He worked as an EU and economic policy research specialist at the National Assembly for Wales (Cardiff and Brussels) after completing a Master’s Degree in International Relations and Politics at the University of Bristol in 2006.
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