• A Briefing On The New Red Book Changes And An Institutional Client’s Perspective On ESG And Sustainability In Valuations

  • 16/02/2022

  • 12:30

  • 13:45

  • 1.0

  • Online CPD, .

  • An overview of the recent changes to the New Red Book which come into effect on 31st January 2022. The CPD will also hear from two institutional investors, providing insight to what ESG and sustainability means for their investment decision making and how they anticipate ESG and sustainability may be reflected in their valuations.


    Shane O’Beirne FSCSI FRICS, Director, Valuation and Advisory, Lisney

    Shane is a Director in Lisney’s Valuation & Advisory Department and specialises in valuations for secured lending, company accounts, fund valuations, legal and other purposes. He is also involved in all forms of landlord & tenant including rent reviews/ lease renewals and ground rents.

    Shane Caldwell MSCSI MRICS, Senior Portfolio Manager and Sustainability Lead at IPUT Real Estate Dublin

    Shane is a Chartered Surveyor with 15 years experience working in the commercial real estate industry. He is a specialist in the management of large office, retail and logistic portfolios. As part of his current role Shane oversees the development and implementation of IPUT Real Estate’s Responsible Investment Strategy.

    Jonathan Bayfield, Head of UK Real Estate Research, Real Assets, Aviva Investors

    Jonathan leads the UK Real Estate Research team. He has a significant role in influencing individual funds’ investment strategies as well as leading the house location strategy. He is also part of the senior team that challenge and give guidance on investment and portfolio construction decision-making, working across equity, debt and long income mandates. As part of his role, he also manage the thought leadership and insight program for the wider Real Assets Research team.

    1.0 CPD Hour

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