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IVS (effective 31 January 2022)
This version is effective from 31 January 2022 although earlier adoption is encouraged.
IVS (effective 31 January 2020)
This version replaces IVS 2017 and is effective from 31st January 2020.
International Valuation Standards 2017
This version replaces IVS 2013 and the associated TIPs.
International Valuation Standards 2013
Contains the IVS Framework, IVS General Standards, Asset Standards and Valuation Applications approved as at 1 July 2013.
TIP 1 Discounted Cash Flow
A guide to best practice when using discounted cash flow techniques to provide an indication of value. Mainly applicable to the valuation of business and real property interests but may also be relevant for other asset types.
TIP 2 The Cost Approach for Tangible Assets
Guidance on how the cost approach is used and applied to tangible assets such as real property, plant and equipment.
TIP 3 The Valuation of Intangible Assets
Guidance on identifying different types of intangible asset and the recognised methods for their valuation.
TIP 4 Valuation Uncertainty
Provides guidance to support the requirement in IVS 103 to report material valuation uncertainty.
A Competency Framework for Professional Valuers
The Framework describes the attributes required for recognition as a Professional Valuer and should be of interest to Valuation Professional Organisations, academic establishments and users of valuation services.
Valuers Guide to the Audit Process
Essential information for valuers undertaking or reviewing valuations appearing in audited financial reports.
Establishing and Developing a Valuation Professional Organisation
A guide to assist new or newly developed professional organisations in setting up appropriate governance and administrative structures.
Code of Ethical Principles for Professional Valuers
Describes the principles to which all professional valuers should adhere in the conduct of valuations and provides guidance on how threats to compliance with the principles may be identified and steps that can be taken to avoid or mitigate those threats.
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