European Valuation Standards 2016 (Eighth Edition)
The European Group of Valuers’ Associations (TEGoVA) unites 63 national valuers’ associations from 34 countries representing 70 000 qualified valuers either self employed or engaged by specialist consultancies, major private sector companies, government departments, financial institutions both local and international. Its European Valuation Standards (EVS) were cited as reliable standards for the valuation of residential immovable property for mortgage lending purposes in the Mortgage Credit Directive and were given primacy over all other standards in the European Central Bank’s Asset Quality Review Manual. It fosters and unifies a European valuation elite by awarding the Recognised European Valuer and TEGoVA Residential Valuer titles and ensures high pan-European levels of education and ethics with its Minimum Educational Requirements and European Valuers’ Code of Ethics and Conduct.
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European Valuation Standards 2016