- Reporting & Accounting Committee
- Regulatory & Taxation Committee
- Sustainability Committee
- Investor Relations Committee
- Research Committee
- PropTech and Innovation Committee
The goal of the Reporting & Accounting Committee is to develop and maintain a set of best practice recommendations to help property companies produce best-in-class annual financial and non-financial performance reports in order to reach listed equity investors' consistent and reliable disclosure expectations. It is also to advocate the interest of the European listed real estate sector to international accounting bodies.
Simon Robson Brown
Jan Willem van Kranenburg
With the EU institutions and Member States developing a large number of regulations affecting our members, EPRA's regulatory function is significant. Giving the sector a voice in the legislative processes, EPRA represents listed property companies, REITs and investors.
Aigline De Ginestous
Dr. Wolfgang Speckhahn
Mickael Van den Hauwe
Evert Jan van Garderen
André von Rohr
The overarching mission of the EPRA Sustainability Committee is to support the publicly listed real estate sector, through the EPRA platform, in playing its part in the global transition to an environmentally, socially and economically sustainable economy.
The Sustainability Committee does this by:
-Promoting the highest standards of transparency and reporting of sustainability metrics across the sector;
-Sharing sustainability best practice initiatives, outcomes and insight with the wider EPRA community and beyond;
-Contributing to international sustainability policy development as it relates to investment in and asset management of real estate;
-Collaborating with sector leading organisations to develop and promote initiatives that drive sustainable outcomes for the sector;
-Promoting dialogue between investors and investees.
Hanna De Groote
David Migueláñez Díez
Peter van den Tol
Jan Willem van Kranenburg
The goal of the Investor Relations Committee is to develop the industry message to investors and assist EPRA with its mission to disseminate it amongst the industry.
The purpose of the Research Committee is to invest in high quality, independent academic research related to European listed real estate sector on topics relevant to EPRA members, and to help provide a focused research resource to members.
Philippe Le Trung
Hans Op 't Veld
The purpose of the committee shall be to review and oversee the sector’s capabilities and direction in terms of technology, science and innovation, monitor technological initiatives, share industry best practices and identify risks and challenges that could threaten the European listed real estate sector.