With the EU institutions and Member States developing a large number of legislative proposals affecting our members, EPRA’s public affairs function is significant. Giving the sector a voice in the legislative process, EPRA represents the interests of the listed property companies, REITs and investors.
Most importantly, EPRA advocates the broad development of REIT regimes and other measures to encourage the growth of listed property in Europe.
Read the first-ever report highlighting the total tax contribution (TTC) of REITs in Europe, a study carried out by PwC for EPRA
POSITION PAPER - EPRA welcomes the EU initiative on sustainble finance and recommends exploring the inclusion of listed equity to the scope of the Regulation.
EPRA and INREV just released the updated infographic 2020 showing the impact of real estate in the European economy, including job footprint, investments and sustainability practices.
Discover the function, purpose and many benefits of REIT regimes, and see the positive impact they have brought to the growth of the EU economy.