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INREV Valuation principles

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11 Revaluation to fair value of construction contracts for third parties

Under IAS11, construction contracts for third parties are normally accounted for based on the stage of completion.

12 Set-up costs

Set-up costs (i.e. establishment expenses) are charged immediately to income after the initial closing date.

13 Acquisition expenses

Under the Fair Value model, acquisition expenses of investments under the fair value assumptions according to IFRS may be partly charged to income or equity as fair value changes at the first subsequent measurement date after acquisition.

14 Contractual fees

A liability represents a present obligation.

15 Revaluation to fair value of savings of purchaser’s costs such as transfer taxes

This adjustment represents the positive impact on NAV of the possible reduction of transfer taxes and purchaser’s costs for the seller based on the expected sale via the sale of shares.

16 Revaluation to fair value of deferred taxes and tax effect of INREV NAV adjustments

Under IFRS, deferred tax (assets and liabilities) is measured at the nominal statutory tax rate. How the Fund expects to settle deferred tax is not taken into consideration.

17 Effect of subsidiaries having a negative equity (non-recourse)

The adjustment represents the positive impact on the NAV of the partial or full reversal of the negative equity of the specific subsidiary. If the vehicle has granted shareholder loans to the subsidiary, these should be taken into account.

18 Goodwill

Upon the acquisition of an entity that is determined to be a business combination, goodwill may arise as a result of a purchase price allocation exercise.

19 Non-controlling interest effects of INREV adjustments

This adjustment represents the impact on the NAV of the recognition of non-controlling interests on all of the above adjustments.