This section is dedicated to EPRA's Best Practices Recommendations (BPR) for financial reporting of the listed property companies.
The EPRA BPR lie at the heart of EPRA’s mission to improve transparency, comparability and relevance of financial reporting in the real estate industry. Following extensive discussions with the investment community and property companies, the decision was taken to focus the EPRA BPR on those areas of reporting that are of most relevance to investors and where more consistent reporting across Europe would bring the greatest benefits in the overall transparency of the sector. Through this collaboration, an initiative that started in 2001 has now become the 'gold standard' when it comes to the real estate sector's financial reporting.
EPRA aims to keep the BPR guidelines up to date and relevant to all groups involved. Also, through the annual EPRA BPR awards, the Association recognises the property companies that have successfully adopted the EPRA BPR in their latest annual reports.
The following categories include EPRA's main activities with regard to the financial reporting of property companies.
Bloomberg coverage of EPRA BPR
Find out all about the Bloomberg coverage of EPRA's BPR, starting from the reports of fiscal year 2012 to this year's interims and annuals.
EPRA leading transparency & comparability in financial reporting
The EPRA BPR are a cornerstone framework for our industry and their development has always followed extensive discussions with investors and property companies.
EPRA/Deloitte BPR 2019 Survey
OUT NOW: Find out how companies that adopted EPRA BPR performed in the 2019 EPRA BPR Awards.
2020 EPRA BPR assessment is approaching
The 2020 EPRA BPR assessment will take place from July 1. EPRA members are encouraged to publish their EPRA disclosure by June 30, 2020 at the latest. In case your company foresees any disclosure publication delays due to the current COVID-19 crisis, please inform us at email@example.com