Understanding Performance Measurement

A comprehensive one-day course that explains and illustrates the measurement techniques used in MSCI's comparative analysis of the real estate portfolio. The course is mainly workshop-based, giving participants the chance to work through examples of all the calculations and get a hands-on understanding of IPD’s outputs. The course also provides fresh insights into how to get the best from MSCI's portfolio analysis reports, by examining the data inputs used and analysis methods in detail. It explains how different performance measures relate to each other, and will give your organisation a better understanding of MSCI’s reports.

Course Content

  • How to measure property performance

An introduction to the general principles of measuring the performance of investment assets.

  • Calculating performance for single time periods

How to calculate the basic performance building blocks; total return, income return and capital growth.

  • Creating performance time series

Generating longer term performance measures by compounding numbers for single time periods.

  • Benchmarking

Calculating the performance of a fund or group of properties relative to a benchmark for a particular market, sector or region.

  • Attribution analysis

The theory and calculation of attribution analysis scores, one of the most powerful performance analysis techniques.

  • Decomposing capital growth

Calculating the elements that underpin changes in capital value; rental value growth and yield impacts.

  • Income analysis

How to calculate income measures including vacancy rates and projected cash flows.

Fees
Standard fee: £650 + VAT
IPD Client fee*: £550 + VAT
*PAS subscribers only
VAT is charged at 20%, Student discounts are available



Training courses are all CPD accredited and the training hours will contribute towards CPD.

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Nov 26, 2015

|London


Time

9:15 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Location

ETC Venue - Tenter House
45 Moorfields
Moorgate
London
EC2Y 9AE
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