The Financial Times recently broke the news that the FCA is expected to launch a review of private market valuations later in the year. The FCA’s concerns, shared with financial regulators around the world, are based on the current potential for wider market impacts as a result of sudden material value declines in private assets.


You can find out more about the background to the FCA’s review, what best practice looks like in valuations governance, and suggested actions for asset managers in advance, by watching our webinar recording.



Standards and guidelines discussed in this session include:

International Private Equity and Venture Capital Valuation (IPEV) Guidelines

Sets out recommendations, intended to represent current best practice, in the valuation of Private Capital Investments

International Valuation Standards (IVS)

Represents widely used guidance for valuation professionals globally and seeks to underpin consistency, transparency, and confidence in valuations

Alternative Investment Fund Managers Regulations (UK AIFMD)

Provides a regulatory framework for alternative investment fund managers (AIFMs)

IFRS 13: Fair value measurement

Defines fair value for financial reporting purposes in accordance with International Financial Reporting Standards

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