International Valuation Standards Council (IVSC)
Oct 1981, as International Assets Valuation Standards Committee. Changed title to International Valuation Standards Committee, Mar 1995. Restructured under current title, 2008. Incorporated in the USA with primary operations in the UK.
Develop a single set of globally recognized valuation standards, acceptable to the world's capital markets organizations, regulators and market participants; protect the public interest by promoting strong ethical values, encouraging quality practice and supporting the development of all sectors of the valuation profession around the world.
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Annual General Meeting; Board of Trustees; International Valuation Membership and Standards Professional Board; International Valuation Standards Board; Membership and Standards Recognition Board.
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