A practical conference within the commercial property, machinery and business assets, trade related property and arts & antiques group.
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The changing nature of the world of work, market and economic conditions, automated valuation models and an ever-increasing focus on sustainability, means that that the valuation profession as we currently know it will undergo some significant changes. How do you ensure your skills remain relevant in an ever-changing landscape and ensure the advice you are giving out to clients are in line with current industry developments? Join RICS Valuation 2020 to find out more.
With dedicated breakouts for Real Estate, Machinery and Business Assets, Trade Related Property and Arts and Antiques, this event will allow you to choose from over 12 sessions and customise your day according to your professional needs.
After last year’s sell out event, RICS Valuation 2020 comes back with an agenda packed with crucial technical and practical updates to deliver answers to some of the most pressing valuation challenges. Join us as we start off the day with a series of plenary talks such as the global market conditions and predictions and a key update on valuation and PII before joining a panel discussion where we will be exploring sustainability and valuation implications. Stay up to date with the latest changes to the Red Book and network with industry colleagues at lunch before breaking out into sessions for the rest of the afternoon.
We have also allocated some time throughout the day plus a post event drinks reception to allow you to network with key industry colleagues and expand your professional reach.
How do you carry out valuation of flexible workspace and what are the Red Book considerations you need to bear in mind when carrying out such work? Find out more as our speaker delves further on the recent RICS Insight Paper adding this subject matter. Further sessions in this breakout will focus on valuation of development property, invasive species and impact on valuation and a look at the Electronic Communications Code and valuation implications.
Attend this breakout to hear more about the practical experience of expert witness and what to do in situations of conflict on interest. Dwell further on topics such as the depreciated replacement cost method of valuation for financial reporting, intangible assets valuation methodology and a live demo from BCIS on plant and equipment indices.
Gain a deeper understanding of the online art market and how this is shaping art business models and resulting implications for art valuers, together with a key update on the art finance market, commissions in art transactions and the legalities and pitfalls of art exports in the UK.
With a crucial update on the alternatives market sector, case studies and worked examples on unusual valuation scenarios such as valuation of student housing and self-storage, session will equip you with the most up to date information and knowledge so that you can be in a better place to give professional advice to clients.
To present these sessions we have invited industry leading speakers, including:
You’ve told us that networking is an important part of your conference experience. So, we’ve set aside times in the day to give you a chance to network with like-minded professionals, including your peers and our expert panel of speakers. One of these is a two-course hot lunch while you connect with colleagues old and new.
As part of our conference exhibition, sector-specific exhibitors will introduce the latest products and services to you to add value to your business.
Only one discount available per booking. This cannot be used in conjunction with any other offer from RICS.
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