Join a panel of distinguished experts from the world of politics, finance and business as they consider the outlook for 2021 and beyond.

2020 has been a year like no other. With the world wrestling to contain and manage the impact of a global pandemic, the outlook for markets, geopolitics, the economy, and for society at large remains opaque.

Despite these uncertainties some new and previously emerging trends are beginning to shape a 'new normal', which will have lasting implications for the world we live and work in.

Panellists include:

Alistair Darling - IVSC Chair and former UK Chancellor of the Exchequer.

Sir Paul Tucker - Chair of the Systemic Risk Council; President of the UK’s National Institute for Economic and Social Research, and former Deputy Governor of the Bank of England and member of the G20 Financial Stability Board.

Kathleen Casey - Chair of the U.S. Financial Reporting Foundation (FAF) and former SEC Commissioner.

Andrew Tilton - Chief Asia-Pacific Economist and Head of Global Emerging Markets Economic Research, Goldman Sachs

 

A new study by global real estate firm, JLL, highlights an increase in turnover rent and more flexible leases in the UK and across Europe. The study identifies differences between and even within the various approaches used to define turnover, with important implications for valuers, owners and investors.

Join a panel of leading international experts as they discuss this and other trends, which have been accelerated in the current economic climate. This webinar will be of interest to a wide and international audience, including investors, shopping centre owners, corporate and retail real estate professionals and valuers.


Panellists:

Christian Luft - IVSC Europe Board Member and EMEA Head of Retail Valuation Advisory, JLL

Nadja De Jager - Real Estate Investment Expert and former Chief Investment Risk Officer, CBRE Global Investors

Mark Bourgeois - MD UK & Ireland, Hammerson

Ben Elder - Chair of the IVSC Tangible Assets Board and Global Valuation Director, RICS

 

As intangible components become increasingly influential in determining company value, debate grows around the appropriate framework for capturing and reporting this important information.

Join a panel of leading international experts as they discuss the importance of intangible value and consider in particular the challenge of accounting for internally-generated intangibles.

This webinar will be of interest to a wide and international audience, including preparers and auditors of financial statements, business owners, investors and valuers.

Please Note: You must register in advance to access this live webinar. This webinar is available, free of charge, to IVSC member and sponsor organisations, their employees and affiliates.

Panellists:

Andreas Ohl - Chair of the IVSC Business Valuation Board and Partner, PwC U.S.

Kazim Razvi - Director of Financial Reporting Policy, CFA Institute

Todd Castagno - Executive Director, Morgan Stanley

Tom Scott - Board Member, International Accounting Standards Board (IASB)

 

As Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) factors become increasingly pervasive in the investment decision process for institutional investors and C-Suite management alike, the current lack of regulations, standards, and consensus pose significant challenges for the capital markets.

Join a panel of leading international experts as they discuss the importance of ESG considerations in the valuation and investment process, and reflect on potential frameworks for capturing, reporting, and analysing ESG factors.

This webinar will be of interest to a wide and international audience, including preparers and auditors of financial statements, business owners and executives, investors and valuers.

Panellists include:

Ethiopis Tafara - Vice President and Chief Risk, Legal and Administrative Officer, World Bank Multilateral Investment Guarantee Agency (MIGA)

Saskia Slomp - CEO, European Financial Reporting Advisory Group (EFRAG)

Richard Stewart OAM - Partner, PwC Australia

Kevin Prall - Director, Valuation & Business Analytics, BDO