BPR Quality Check
Reporting according to EPRA’s Best Practices Recommendations (BPR) has become the ‘gold standard’ for non-GAAP financial reporting by European listed Real Estate companies. However, along with the wide adoption of the BPR, there may occur instances where the BPR are not applied exactly as put forward in the BPR Guidelines. Any concerned party that is a member of EPRA and would like to raise an issue connected to company reporting that is misaligned with the BPR Guidelines, can do so by contacting EPRA’s Reporting & Accounting department by using the form below.
After examining your concern, EPRA’s Reporting & Accounting department will contact the company for further clarifications and will subsequently revert to you with their answer.
It should be noted that EPRA can only advise on the format of the table that was used to calculate the BPR PM in question. Looking into specific calculation issues is something that only the company and their auditors would be able to provide more clarity on.