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Global Quarterly Performance Reports

Global Quarterly Performance Reports

Giving you RICS operational performance per quarter

The report at a glance

Survey of the Profession summary report:

  • Slight increase in NET satisfaction with RICS globally with UK&I driving increase
  • Minor increase in transparency
  • Small decline in trust & influence scores
  • Greater focus on members at a regional level required
  • Member support highlighted as key area for RICS membership
  • Decrease in response rate

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Q4 Key numbers

  • New candidate enrolments: 1,430
  • New Professionals: 1,291
  • Downloads of economic surveys & insight papers: 3,704
  • Registrations training/conferences: 30,359
  • Unique visitors to WBEF content: 13,593

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RICS Standards and Regulation Board (SRB) member, Richard Waterhouse, has been appointed to lead a dedicated committee, reporting to SRB, charged with implementing the Valuation Review’s recommendations

The Valuation Review is an extensive and thorough examination of the way commercial property works around the world – and its findings have shown that reforming part of the valuation practice across our education, regulation and standards will be vital for the sector to remain trusted and relevant.

Richard Waterhouse
Chair of the Valuation Sub-Committee

The global quarterly performance reports are intended to give both employees and professionals a high-level overview of the organisation's operational performance at the end of each quarter.

To achieve Governing Council’s vision, the Management Board has set out four strategic priorities that will position RICS as a globally relevant and trusted professional body for the 21st century:

Influential - through collaboration with others, we bring about beneficial change in response to the major challenges the world faces.

Trusted - the standards to which RICS professionals work are adopted and required in the major economies of the world.

In demand - as a result of market respect and requirement for our profession’s standards and qualifications, highly talented individuals will choose to qualify, commit to lifelong professionalism and work to RICS’ standards.

Sustainable - the organisation is efficient and financially stable, and the profession and RICS employees are highly engaged, energised and collaborative in an inclusive culture.