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How to consider sustainability when conducting valuations within lending in commercial real estate.

Join us on the 31st January for a workshop on ‘How to consider sustainability when conducting valuations within lending in commercial real estate’ from 12pm – 2pm in 38 Merrion Square!

This CPD will be of particular interest to asset managers, fund managers, sustainability professionals, valuers and commercial lenders who are currently advising around the ESG / sustainability credentials of assets and portfolios in the Irish Market. It is set out across two hours and is aimed at addressing the below topics through presentation, panel discussion and workshop.

This session is based on the publication of two recent reports :

Sustainable Value: A common approach to the commercial benefits of sustainability in UK commercial real estate and
ESG risks in Real Estate Valuations for commercial lending.

The first report is authored by AREF: Association of Asset Real Estate Funds (https://www.aref.org.uk/ ) and aims to  analyse the way we look at value for commercial assets through the lens of sustainability. The second report authored by the CREFC Europe (https://www.crefceurope.org/)  looks at ESG risks in real estate valuations for commercial lending.

The speakers are as follows: Sam Carson (Author of the two reports and Chair of Sustainable Value Working group with quote from Sam Carson below);

“How do we consider sustainability when conducting valuations within lending in commercial real estate? It may sound niche but it is a key part how risks are managed in real estate finance.
Working with the membership of CREFC Europe and AREF (The Association of Real Estate Funds), we’ve developed a guide to support valuers and lenders in considering sustainability. Much like the previous AREF guide for Fund Managers, we try to provide practical recommendations that are practicable today”.

Paul Kelly joins us from AIB where he is Head of Sustainability in Real Estate Finance; Shane Caldwell is Head of Sustainability in IPUT one of Dublin’s leading Investment funds and committed to achieving net zero carbon objectives for 2030; and Emer Byrne who is Chair of the SCSI Sustainability working group, a valuer and lecturer in TU Dublin in valuations and sustainability.

Some of the themes we will be looking at in the workshop are as follows:

RICS Global Red Book requirements and related guidance,
focus is on how lenders and valuers should adopt common approaches to capital expenditure (capex) when considering sustainability.
risks posed by current & future regulation
recommended sustainability aspects in valuations.

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Join us on the 31st January for a workshop on ‘How to consider sustainability when conducting valuations within lending in commercial real estate’ from 12pm – 2pm in 38 Merrion Square!

This CPD will be of particular interest to asset managers, fund managers, sustainability professionals, valuers and commercial lenders who are currently advising around the ESG / sustainability credentials of assets and portfolios in the Irish Market. It is set out across two hours and is aimed at addressing the below topics through presentation, panel discussion and workshop.

This session is based on the publication of two recent reports :

  • Sustainable Value: A common approach to the commercial benefits of sustainability in UK commercial real estate and
  • ESG risks in Real Estate Valuations for commercial lending.

The first report is authored by AREF: Association of Asset Real Estate Funds (https://www.aref.org.uk/ ) and aims to  analyse the way we look at value for commercial assets through the lens of sustainability. The second report authored by the CREFC Europe (https://www.crefceurope.org/)  looks at ESG risks in real estate valuations for commercial lending.

The speakers are as follows: Sam Carson (Author of the two reports and Chair of Sustainable Value Working group with quote from Sam Carson below);

“How do we consider sustainability when conducting valuations within lending in commercial real estate? It may sound niche but it is a key part how risks are managed in real estate finance.
Working with the membership of CREFC Europe and AREF (The Association of Real Estate Funds), we’ve developed a guide to support valuers and lenders in considering sustainability. Much like the previous AREF guide for Fund Managers, we try to provide practical recommendations that are practicable today”.

Paul Kelly joins us from AIB where he is Head of Sustainability in Real Estate Finance; Shane Caldwell is Head of Sustainability in IPUT one of Dublin’s leading Investment funds and committed to achieving net zero carbon objectives for 2030; and Emer Byrne who is Chair of the SCSI Sustainability working group, a valuer and lecturer in TU Dublin in valuations and sustainability.

Some of the themes we will be looking at in the workshop are as follows:

  • RICS Global Red Book requirements and related guidance,
  • focus is on how lenders and valuers should adopt common approaches to capital expenditure (capex) when considering sustainability.
  • risks posed by current & future regulation
  • recommended sustainability aspects in valuations.

Event Details

Date: 31 January 2024

Start time: 12:00 UTC

End time: 14:00 UTC

Venue: 38 Merrion Square, Dublin 2

Email: events@scsi.ie

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