TEGoVA,The European Group of Valuers' Associations, is a European non profit making association composed of 61 valuers' associations from 33 countries representing more than 70.000 valuers in Europe.
The theme of the event will be 'Hot Topics in Valuation', and we will be addressing important current issues, with a great impact on the European property markets, banking sectors and regulatory frameworks, such as the Asset Quality Review, Mortgage Lending Value, Valuation for Sustainable Buildings or Valuation Review.
It was announced during its Annual Conference held on June 3-6, 2015 in Kelowna, British Columbia, that the AIC Board had decided that the Appraisal Institute of Canada will become an Observer Member of TEGoVA.
The crisis made valuation high priority for EU policy makers. By identifying poorly or creatively valued properties as a key factor in the financial industry's meltdown, the EU put the spotlight on the systemic importance of reliable valuation standards and qualified professionals. By providing European markets with both, The European Group of Valuers' Associations (TEGoVA) buttressed market stability and boosted the "market value" of its members, especially those holding TEGoVA's professional credentials.