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ASA Attends the 50th Annual Heckerling Institute on Estate Planning

The 50th Annual Heckerling Institute on Estate Planning Conference was held on January 11-15, 2016 at the University of Miami School of Law in Coral Gables, Florida. The conference this year focused on today’s most important tax and non-tax planning issues and offered valuable insights on what lies ahead, and useful suggestions for planning strategies for the future.

The winner of our Yeti cooler, Irving Silver and ASA's Accreditation and Reaccreditation Specialist, Megan Seid.

The winner of our Yeti cooler, Irving Silver and ASA’s Accreditation and Reaccreditation Specialist, Megan Seid.

ASA was pleased to send representatives to the conference to help support ASA’s exhibitor booth. ASA volunteer members John A. Cento, ASA; Jeffrey (Jay) Reardon, ASA; Morgan Eldridge, ASA; Dan L. Peele, ASA; Bob H. Buchanan, ASA and Accreditation and Reaccreditation Specialist, Megan Seid from ASA headquarters were on hand to answer any questions, provide information on what ASA has to offer and to inform all of ASA’s free “Find an Appraiser” search. Volunteer members handed out ASA pamphlets and brochures about accreditation, membership and education.

ASA gave away 4 Yeti mugs and 1 large Yeti cooler (pictured) as raffle prizes.

ASA gave away 4 Yeti mugs and 1 large Yeti cooler (pictured) as raffle prizes.

ASA held a raffle with multiple prizes, 1 large Yeti cooler and 4 Yeti mugs. These prizes proved to be exceptional by the amount of business cards placed in the raffle bowl, over 400! Many attendees were impressed by the prize and spread the word, which sent a lot of traffic to ASA’s booth and gave ASA a greater ability to engage with conference attendees.

Volunteer member Morgan Eldridge, ASA stated, “We were pleased to attend the Heckerling Conference this year, which gives ASA a presence and ability to educate not only estate attorneys, but paralegals as well. All of the representatives for ASA were able to explain the benefits of hiring accredited appraisers in fields not only for Business Valuation, but also for Real Property and Personal Property.  Our giveaway of the Yeti products brought a lot of traffic and gave us the ability to engage with conference attendees.”

To view photos from the Heckling Conference event click here and to view a video of the raffle drawing, click here.

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Location Spotlight on the 5th Annual Equipment Valuation Conference

Cleveland, OH.

Cleveland, OH.

Editor’s Note: The 5th Annual Equipment Valuation Conference, sponsored by ASA’s Machinery and Technical Specialties Committee, has grown to become the definitive source for the latest insights into equipment valuation. The conference will be held from June 8-9, 2016 at Metropolitan at The 9 in Cleveland, OH. Below is a spotlight on the Metropolitan at The 9. 

Set in the converted 1906 Cleveland Trust Bank building, the Metropolitan at the 9 is one of Cleveland’s newest and hottest places to see and be seen! One of the iconic properties in the Autograph Group by Marriott, the historic locale is small enough to be considered a boutique hotel, but its amenities dazzle with possibilities.

ASA's 5th Annual Equipment Valuation Conference will be held at Metropolitan at The 9 in Cleveland, OH. Photo source: metropolitancleveland.com

ASA’s 5th Annual Equipment Valuation Conference will be held at Metropolitan at The 9 in Cleveland, OH. Photo source: metropolitancleveland.com

Gorgeous chandeliers made from glass baubles and 9-foot guest room doors made from striking Brazilian zebrawood are among the countless designer touches. The elegant guest rooms feature plush beds, spacious living areas, free W-iFi, 55-inch smart TVs and minibars. Suites add sofa beds, and some feature fireplaces or conference rooms. Club rooms include butler service, plus free breakfast, snacks and cocktails in the top-floor lounge. Other hotel amenities include a live theater, Energy Fitness Studio, Vibe Yoga Studio, art gallery, and even an indoor dog park.

Dining at the 9 is a foodie’s dream! In the basement far below the old Cleveland Trust rotunda are four historic bank vaults which have been transformed into a stylish full-service bar and cocktail lounge. Step through the largest vault door into Vault, where bank customers’ former safe deposit boxes have been embedded into the bar. Just opposite, a large round vault door with its original Carnegie Steel Co. markings stands open, tastefully lit so customers can examine its many details. The round opening takes the curious into what appears to be a Victorian parlor with soft leather seating and many interesting details. It and other rooms crafted from former vaults are available to rent for private meetings, accommodating from eight to 20. When they aren’t rented, they’re open as cocktail lounges with servers attired in Prohibition era uniforms.

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Adega, the feature restaurant at The Metropolitan at the 9. Photo source: metropolitancleveland.com

The feature restaurant, Adega, puts a modern twist on fresh Mediterranean-inspired cuisine made with the finest local and international ingredients. To complete the unparalleled Adega dining experience, the restaurant’s centerpiece is a stunning glass wine vault.

Upstairs, above the hotel’s front desk and overlooking the lobby over a waist-high wall is Ledger Bar, an intimate space made for people watching or for hanging out while waiting to meet friends for dinner.

Follow the energy rising up to Azure, Cleveland’s only sun deck and lounge, perched 150 feet above the city streets.  It’s where the city’s elite meet and mingle under the sun and stars.  Eat, drink and soak up the downtown views from a cushy chaise lounge or dance the night away to local live music.

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Arcade Mall in Cleveland, OH.

The Metropolitan at the 9 is a 5-minute walk from the West 6th Street dining district and Arcade Mall, a 10-minute walk from Playhouse Square, Quicken Loans Arena, and Progressive Field, and a 15-minute walk from the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and the Great Lakes Science Center.

To plan your trip to Cleveland, OH, visit www.cleveland.com.

Editor’s Note: To register or for more information visit ASA Online or call (800) 272-8258.

 

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Sneak Peek—2016 ASA Personal Property Annual Connoisseurship Conference

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Raymond-Richard Alasko, FASA

Richard-Raymond J. Alasko, FASA

The New Year brings anticipation for the 2016 ASA Personal Property Annual Connoisseurship Conference, March 10-12 in Vancouver, Canada. With the theme of the conference The Sacred and the Profane, the line-up of speakers and topics will ensure a provocative and stimulating time that all will want to attend. The conference will begin with an introductory lecture on the sacred and the profane by Richard-Raymond J. Alasko, FASA. This will be followed with two and one half days of presentations and panel sessions.

Don Thompson

Dr. Don Thompson

Speakers include renowned author and economist Dr. Don Thompson speaking on the contemporary art market, which he has eloquently written about in The $12 Million Stuffed Shark and The Supermodel and The Brillo Box. Joining him on a panel on the profanity of the contemporary art and collector car markets and the impact on appraisers will be colleagues David H. Kinney, ASA, and Donald W. Osborne, ASA, who is also a regular contributor to Jay Leno’s Garage on CNBC. A leading art dealer will also be joining this panel.

Donald W. Osborne

Donald W. Osborne, ASA

David H. Kenney, ASA

David H. Kenney, ASA

In addition, there are sessions on appraising sacred books with Lee Biondi and John V. Henley, ASA. Noted authority and scholar Dr. Wendy Salmond, Chapman University Professor of Art and Art History and author of numerous books on Russian and early Soviet art and culture, will speak on icons and what appraisers need to know about them when asked to value them. David Borondin, ASA, will speak on the Chinese fine and decorative art market and its impact on what we as appraisers should be aware of. A session involving properties from the fringe, such as Nazi memorabilia, pornography and crime material, will be led by John V. Henley, ASA, and Susan Golashovsky, ASA.

Mary Jane Andrews, CBV

Mary Jane Andrews

Mary Jane Andrews, CBV and advisor to the International Valuation Council, will speak on ethics in a new appraisal environment. Ms. Andrews was recently appointed CEO of the Canadian Institute of Chartered Business Valuers and has served on the IIBV board.

In addition to these sessions, there are private tours of the Museum of Anthropology and the Vancouver Art Gallery. Plans are also in the works for an opening reception.

Vancouver Art Gallery

Vancouver Art Gallery

Museum of Anthropology

Museum of Anthropology

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

So grab your passport and make sure you register TODAY for this exciting conference in beautiful Vancouver Canada!

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Sessions & Speakers Introduction. 2016 ASA Personal Property Annual Connoisseurship Conference

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The New Year brings anticipation for the Annual Personal Property Conference, 10 – 12 March in Vancouver, Canada. With the theme of the conference The Sacred and the Profane, the line-up of speakers and topics will ensure a provocative and stimulating time that all will want to attend. The conference will begin with an introductory lecture on the sacred and the profane by Richard Raymond Alasko, FASA. This will be followed with two and one half days of presentations and panel sessions.

Speakers include renowned author and economist Don Thompson speaking on the contemporary art market, which he has eloquently written about in The $12 Million Stuffed Shark and The Supermodel and The Brillo Box. Joining him on a panel on the profanity of the contemporary art and collector car markets and the impact on appraisers will be colleagues David Kinney, ASA, and Donald Osborne, ASA, who is also a regular contributor to Jay Leno’s Garage on CNBC. A leading art dealer will also be joining this panel.

In addition, there are sessions on appraising sacred books with Lee Biondi and John Henley, ASA. Noted authority and scholar Wendy Salmond, Chapman University Professor of Art and Art History and author of numerous books on Russian and early Soviet art and culture, will speak on icons and what appraisers need to know about them when asked to value them.

David Borondin, ASA, will speak on the Chinese fine and decorative art market and its impact on what we as appraisers should be aware of. A session involving properties from the fringe, such as Nazi memorabilia, pornography and crime material, will be led by John Henley, ASA, and Susan Golashovsky, ASA. Mary Jane Andrews, CBV and advisor to the International Valuation Council, will speak on ethics in a new appraisal environment. Ms. Andrews was recently appointed CEO of the Canadian Institute of Chartered Business Valuers and has served on the IIBV board.

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Museum of Anthropology in Canada.

In addition to these sessions, there are private tours of the Museum of Anthropology and the Vancouver Art Gallery. Plans are also in the works for an opening reception.

So grab your passport and make sure you register TODAY for this exciting conference in beautiful Vancouver Canada!

 

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Massachusetts College of Art and Design Open House and Special Event for ASA Appraisal Courses

Editors Note: Beginning January 2016, the Massachusetts College of Art and Design (MassArt) will offer Principles of Valuation classes taught by accredited senior appraisers with the American Society of Appraisers (ASA). To inaugurate the collaboration with ASA, MassArt held an open house and special event on Saturday, December 5, 2015 on their campus. The event was well attended and a success with lots of interest among attendees. Below is a piece about the open house and special event by Michelle Lamuniere, who was also a presenter at the event.

The Art and Appraisals Studies Open House at Mass Art in early December was a great introduction to the variety of methodologies and range of art and antiques-related subject matter that this course of study offers. With Louise Hall’s overview of the ins and outs of appraising and experts discussing the valuation of furniture, silver, and photography, the afternoon’s talks presented a time-lapsed version of the program many of us pursued through the ASA’s former collaboration with RISD. This was particularly true of the hands-on aspect of David Nolta and Brian Tierney’s talk, the highlight of which was David’s personal collection of silver tongs! While not the primary focus of the open house, everyone who presented shared their stories about career pursuits, past professions, and what drew them to the appraisal business. These insights were no doubt useful to the roomful of people who were likely considering alternative career paths. Overall, the afternoon was a great success in generating interest in appraisal studies and the principles of valuation courses that Mass Art will begin offering in January!

Editors Note: MassArt’s open house and special event featured four introductory presentations by seven faculty and local experts. Presentations created an open dialogue with experts in different fields, hands-on lectures and conversations exploring the interrelationship between appraising art and antiques, art history, conservation and preservation, the art market and art collecting. To view the open house and special event program click here.

The view the upcoming schedule of MassArt Appraisal Studies events and courses click here. To register or for more information visit MassArt online, e-mail ce@massart.edu or call (617) 879-7200.

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Discover Vancouver! 2016 ASA Personal Property Annual Connoisseurship Conference

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Grab Your Passports and Come to Canada!

2015_PP_Conf_Vancouver_2Join ASA in beautiful Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada for the 2016 Personal Property Annual Connoisseurship Conference, The Sacred and the Profane. What better place to examine the ins and outs of appraising sacred objects as well as the recent turmoil in the contemporary art and collector car markets.

See for yourself why Vancouver is a repeat recipient of “Top City in Canada” awards from both Travel + Leisure magazine and Trip Advisor’s Travellers’ Choice awards, as well as winning the title of world’s “Most Livable City” from the Economist Intelligence Unit 8 times since 2002.

ASA’s 2016 Personal Property Conference location, Fairmount Hotel in Vancouver.

ASA’s 2016 Personal Property Conference location, Fairmont Hotel in Vancouver.

The conference location, the Fairmont Hotel Vancouver, is one of Canada’s historic railway hotels, opened in 1939 in time to host King George VI and Queen Elizabeth as they began their Royal visit to Canada. This landmark “Castle in the City” is in the heart of downtown shopping, dining, and entertainment.

Feeling adventurous? Brave the 450-foot-long Capilano Suspension Bridge, then reward yourself with a first-hand look at an array of native Totem Poles, worked on daily by First Nations craftspeople. A 230-foot vista doesn’t appeal to you? Stay safely at ground level and enjoy the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden, the first authentic representation of a Ming dynasty scholar’s private garden spaces outside of China or visit Stanley Park, which is home to a collection of open-air totem poles, which has been touted as BC’s most visited attraction.

No time to sight see? Extend your learning with two fantastic tours built right into the conference. At the Vancouver Art Gallery, participants will enjoy modern and contemporary artwork, including the largest collection of works by Emily Carr, one of Canada’s most renowned artists. At the Museum of Anthropology, participants will explore world arts and cultures, and First Nations peoples in particular.

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One of Emily Carr’s piece, located in the Vancouver Art Gallery.

The art scene in Vancouver can please many different tastes and offers a range of experiences. There are several artsy neighborhoods, such as Granville Island, that offers multiple displays and small galleries and shops in close proximity. Less than 3 miles from the Fairmont Hotel, Granville Island is home to many artist studios (many which allow visitors to watch the artist at work!), view glassblowers, printmakers and more. The Contemporary Art Gallery is dedicated to presenting contemporary visual arts in Vancouver, offers free admission to attendees and is a short walk from the Fairmont.

To plan your visit to “Super, Natural British Columbia” visit www.hellobc.com.

For more information on ASA’s 2016 Personal Property Conference visit ASA Online.

 

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ASA Trains ODR Analysts on Machinery and Equipment Valuation Methodology

The American Society of Appraisers (ASA) recently conducted an onsite training course in Salem, OR for County and State Analysts of the Oregon Department of Revenue (ODR). The Society’s Principles of Valuation course (“POV”), ME202 – Machinery and Equipment Valuation Methodology” was presented to 38 students on December 7-10, 2015, with instruction provided by Jack Beckwith, ASA.

blog_2015_ME202_OR_4The attendees represent personal property analysts from the Oregon Department of Revenue and the Industrial Property Appraisers in the Counties of Multomah, Deschutes, Marion, Columbia, and Hood River. These students work within four appraisal sections consisting of Appeals; Central Assessment; Appraisal & Review; and Process Industrial Properties Return departments.

The majority of the students attending this course took ME201 in December 2014 at the same Salem facility and wish to continue their advancement through all four POV courses. Discussions with the students indicated that they must work under the guidelines of the lower value predicated by Measure 50 (Oregon Limits on Property Tax Rates Amendment) or the maximum assessed value (“MAV”) of the taxable property. The students job descriptions are to analyze personal property, including machinery and equipment, in the plant or facility in conjunction

Attendees of the onsite course.

Attendees of the onsite course.

with the overall taxable real property. These analysts must deal with specific State sanctioned property exclusions and dollar thresholds exceeding a $1,000,000 base and differentiate which assets can be taxed in the State of Oregon. They must monitor what improvements or assets have been added or retired from annual renditions. A discussion with the Department of Revenue’s Appeals Manager indicates that they do on occasions seek ASA expert witnesses for certain major high profile projects.

The three days of instruction covered issues of price vs. value, indirect costs, use of and development of indexes, age-life concepts, recommended rounding of figures, types of values for appraisals, reproduction cost new, replacement cost new, replacement cost depreciated, fair market value in use, orderly liquidation value, forced liquidation value, supporting conclusions for various purposes and concluded with an examination of the last day. Concerns students shared when performing case studies in the class consisted of how will the Cost Approach be considered a suitable alternative tool to the Sales Comparison method should all the data needed for the Sales Comparison may not be made available to their Department. They were interested in the importance of indexing and depreciation schedules and their accuracy and influence as working tools for their final estimation of the subject. They were aware when doing mass appraisal the importance of their sources, particularly if they were limited to seeing the subject and verifying the subject assets condition.

Students during ASA's onsite training course in Salem, OR for County and State Analysts of the Oregon Department of Revenue (ODR).

Students during ASA’s onsite training course in Salem, OR for County and State Analysts of the Oregon Department of Revenue (ODR).

ASA’s Onsite Course Program is the perfect option for organizations like the ODR seeking to train large groups of staff quickly and consistently”, said Richard Berkemeier, ASA, education chair for the Society’s Machinery and Technical Specialties Discipline. “Not only do students benefit from professionally developed courses and instruction, the offerings also provide a path to earning the internationally recognized and respected ASA credential.

The Society’s Onsite Course Program is a popular option for organizations in need of training large groups or entire departments of staff. These special, client-centric courses provide educational experiences that can be customized to meet an organization’s individual needs. The courses provide a convenient and cost effective means of helping employees with professional development opportunities and to achieve a designation with ASA.

Big four accounting firms, state government departments, large appraisal firms, both domestically and internationally have participated in ASA’s Onsite Course Program.

To arrange an onsite course offering or for more information, contact ASA’s Education Department at education@appraisers.org or (800) 272-8258.

 

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American Society of Appraisers & Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Joint Gulfstream Event Tour

Members of the American Society of Appraisers (ASA) recently were in attendance at the 2015 NBAA Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition held in Las Vegas. This 3-day conference brought together more than 27,000 aviation contacts from around the world with 1,000 exhibitors and business aircrafts on display.

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Richard Berkemeier, ASA (far right) discussing Gulfstream’s fleet during the tour.

Embry- Riddle Aeronautical University (ERAU) students joined ASA members in a special tour of Gulfstream’s fleet, which was on display at the Henderson Executive Airport. This special tour was sponsored by Jim Tait, VP of Sales Operations and Analysis. Lor Izzard, Director of Sales Support & Technical Marketing and Steve Cass, VP of Technical Marketing and Communications from Gulfstream also hosted the tour. ASA’s Discipline Governors of Machinery and Technical Specialties (MTS) David Crick, ASA and Richard Berkemeier, ASA were on hand to accompany ERAU students during the tour. Also in attendance from ASA were Rae Buck, ASA and John Langenohl, ASA from BMO Harris, Nicole Halverson from CIT; Fred McKibbin from Citizens; Chris Zarnick from CCI and Michael Amalfitano from Stonebriar Commercial Finance. Representatives from Gulfstream spoke during the tour about their aircraft – discussing flight-deck technology, wing design and more.

“We’re excited to be working with Embry- Riddle on a number of fronts,” said Richard Berkemeier, ASA, “as professionals, it’s our responsibility to give back and share our expertise and insight with tomorrow’s leaders. Along the way, we also hope to educate students about aircraft appraisal and the promising career opportunities that exist.”

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Group shot at the Gulfstream tour in front of the Gulfstream 650.

 

ASA is committed to:

  • Fostering professional excellence in its membership through education, and other services;
  • Cultivating a community of interests amongst users of and members of the appraisal profession; and
  • Promoting research and development in all fields of the appraisal profession.

ASA is able to accomplish all this by maintaining collaborative relationships with groups like ERAU and Gulfstream.

Learn to appraise aircraft expertly and professionally with ASA. ASA is offering advanced training in one of the fastest growing areas within the aviation industry with classes, Introduction to Machinery and Equipment Valuation (Aviation Specific). This class focuses on providing an aircraft specific appraisal. This course is designed to introduce students to proper aircraft appraisal terminology, methods and concepts. This class is scheduled for January 28- 31, 2016 at Tag Aviation in Farnborough, England (United Kingdom).

For more information and to register visit ASA Online.

 

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Just Added – Docent-Led Tour of Martin D’Arcy Collection During Intro to PP Valuation Class

ASA is excited to announce a just added docent-led tour of the Martin D’Arcy Collection has been added to ASA’s Introduction to Personal Property Valuation class, being held on January 20-23, 2016 at The Loyola University Museum of Art (LUMA) in Chicago, IL. This tour is  complimentary to all registered students. LUMA offers free admission and extended hours on Tuesdays, with guided tours daily at noon and 2 pm and entry to museums is included in the course registration cost.

One of the pieces from the Martin D'Arcy, S.J. Collection.

One of the pieces from the Martin D’Arcy, S.J. Collection. Photo Source: LUMA.

A little-known gem of Chicago’s museum scene, the Martin D’Arcy Collection is one of the finest collections of medieval, Renaissance and Baroque art in the Midwest. Installed in the dramatic galleries of The Loyola University Museum of Art, the collection contains primarily three-dimensional pieces. Stunning ivories, enamels and painted sculpture feature among the collection’s most important medieval objects. The Renaissance collection is particularly strong in works specially commissioned to celebrate family events such as marriage and birth. Several paintings by masters such as Tintoretto and Bassano are painted on unusual surfaces, including copper and marble. Among the treasures from Baroque Europe are a commanding painting by Matthias Stomer, a follower of Caravaggio; a treasure chest by leading German goldsmith Wenzel Jamnitzer; a mechanical clock; and a terra-cotta sculpture by Spain’s first female court sculptor, Luisa Roldán.

One of the many collections at LUMA. Photo by www.luc.edu.

One of the many collections at LUMA. Photo Source: LUMA.

Loyola University Museum of Art
The Loyola University Museum of Art (LUMA) was founded in 2005 on the Water Tower Campus of Loyola University Chicago. LUMA is located on the Magnificent Mile in Lewis Towers, a historic 1926 Gothic Revival building. The museum, with 25,000 square feet contains eight main exhibition galleries, the William G. and Marilyn M. Simpson Lecture Hall, the Solomon Cordwell Buenz Library of Sacred Art and Architecture, the Museum Shop, the Push Pin Gallery, and the Harlan J. Berk Ltd. Works on Paper Gallery. LUMA welcomes new members and volunteers at all levels of participation. Visit LUMA online at www.luc.edu/luma.

To register for this class or for more information, visit ASA online, or call (800) 272-8258.

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International Conference on the Valuation of Plant, Machinery and Equipment (ICVPME) 2015 Recap

Kazuo Wakaama, who is in charge of JaSIA. He was the host of ICVPME.

Kazuo Wakaama, who is in charge of JaSIA. He was the host of ICVPME.

The International Conference on the Valuation of Plant, Machinery and Equipment (ICVPME) took place from October 26-28, 2015 in Tokyo, Japan at Hitotsubashi Hall in the National Center of Sciences Building. ICVPME is the leading event for plant, machinery & equipment valuers and appraisers from around the world. The conference offers educational sessions focusing on important international topics and trends presented by expert professionals, special events including evening receptions and off-site tours, and valuable networking opportunities.

Mona Miller, FASA and Lee Hackett, FASA in attendance at ICVPME 2015.

Mona Miller, FASA and Lee Hackett, FASA in attendance at ICVPME 2015.

The three-day conference consisted of over 20 educational presentations on topics such as train technology, infrastructure valuation, Japanese machine tool industry, high speed rail systems, MTS valuation practices and much more by over 20 expert professionals, a Yakatabune Dinner River Cruise, Gala Dinner and a Welcome Reception.

Norman F. Laskay, ASA; Matthew A. Tanner, ASA; Irina Rykun, ASA; Alexander N. Lopatnikov, ASA; Raymond D. Rath, ASA; Mona L. Miller, FASA, MGA; Norberto J. Levin, ASA; and Edward G. Detwiler, ASA were on hand to present educational sessions at the conference. Richard Berkemeier, ASA, the Society’s Machinery & Technical Specialties education chair, was also a member of the ICVPME 2015 organizing committee.

The conference was supported jointly by the American Society of Appraisers (ASA), Royal Institution of Chartered Surveyors (RICS), Australian Property Institute (API) and the China Appraisal Society (CAS) and hosted locally by the Japanese Society of Independent Appraisers (JaSIA) and Kyoto University.

Sponsors of the conference included Duff & Phelps; International High-Speed Rail Association (IHRA); Japan Real Estate Institute; The Tanizawa Sogo Appraisal Co. Ltd; Global Asset Solution Company Limited and Japan Frontier.

Click here to read ICVPME’s conference report by Leslie Miles Jr., FASA.

*all photos are from Leslie Miles Jr., FASA.

 

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