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Webcast: IFRS 2012 implications for real estate
Join us on 4 December at 11am EST for a discussion of finalized and proposed IFRS changes, and the SEC's final report on its work plan.
2012 REIT report
Our comparison of six major global REIT markets and on-the-ground insights can help you seize opportunities.
Capital Confidence Barometer: real estate
Real Estate, hospitality and construction companies appear to be shifting from creating value by controlling costs to creating revenue synergies. Learn more in our survey.
Cross-border integration for real estate markets
Globalization has changed the world at a fast and intense pace. How is it influencing today’s real estate sector? We examine the impact of globalization in nine influence zones. Learn more about the potential opportunities for your business.
New IFRS standards for real estate and construction
The International Accounting Standards Board recently released four new standards that affect real estate and construction companies. Download our recent report on IFRS 10, 11 and 12 (which addresses consolidation and joint arrangements) and IFRS 13 (which focuses on fair value measurement).
IFRS for real estate: current issues and financial statements survey
What are today’s key IFRS financial reporting issues for real estate investors? The EY IFRS Real Estate Survey provides an overview of the accounting policies and disclosures in the financial statements of property companies from Europe, Australia and the Middle East.