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校袣袪袗袊袧小鞋袣袝 孝袨袙袗袪袠小孝袙袨 袨笑袉袧挟袙袗效袉袙 (校孝袨)

Ukrainian Society of Appraisers聽
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Coordinates

18/7 General Almazov Street, of. 209
UA-Kiev 01133
Ukraine

Tel: +380 44 501 27 76
Fax: +380 44 501 27 76

Structure

President: Vladimir N. Shalaev
Vice-President: Sergey V. Ovcharov
CEO: Tamara V. Kryzhanovskaya
Secretariat: 5

Number of direct members: 537
Number of qualified valuers (individuals): 368

Member of TEGoVA since: April 2017
Category of membership: Associate

The Ukrainian Society of Appraisers (USOA) was founded in 1994 as a professional public organisation uniting experts in the field of asset valuation.

Permanent Representative to TEGoVA

Valery V. Yakubovsky

prof.- dr. Valery V. Yakubovsky

Member of the Board

President
Group VERITEX

4 Peremogy Ave., of. 229
Kiev, Ukraine

Tel: +380 44 23 00 90
Mobile: +380 50 311 73 60

Brief History and Role

From the outset in 1994, USoA played a central role in the development of valuation as a professional activity in Ukraine. It developed and gained acceptance for a Code of Conduct and Ethics that became the basis for setting of the fundamental criteria for delivering valuation services to the business community and to society. This was followed by the State Law draft "On appraisal of property, property rights and professional appraisal activity in Ukraine" that led to four national valuation standards issued in 2003-2007.

Principal Activities

They are as follows: valuation methodology development, valuation database creation, development of valuation standards, rules and guidance, monitoring and control of national standards and adherence to rules, review of valuation reports, valuers' professional training and certification.

Principal Areas of Policy

Gradual adaptation to internationally recognised valuation standards and practice, non-discriminatory principles of operation, publicly transparent activity, market approach, high level of professionalism and competence.

Organisation

The Ukrainian Society of Appraisers was founded in 1994 as a professional public organisation uniting experts in the field of asset valuation. UTO has a 48-strong Governing Council as well as a council of experts and nine committees with 22 regional branches covering the entire territory of the Ukraine.

Membership

The UTO Statutes allow membership by individuals. For valuation companies an accreditation procedure is available.

Publications

Ukrainian Law draft "On appraisal of property, property rights and professional appraisal activity in Ukraine" dated 12.07.2001 No. 268-III;

4 national valuation standards of Ukraine which constitute the legal basis of valuation activity in the Ukraine;

Quarterly Bulletin "Visnyk otsinki" (Valuation News).

Other

Member of International Valuation Standards Council (IVSC).

Awarding member association

Recognised European Valuer
Awarding Member Association

The association has the right to award Recognised European Valuer status (designated by the letters REV) to its members.