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ASSOCIAÇÃO PROFISSIONAL DAS SOCIEDADES DE AVALIAÇÃO (ASAVAL)

Professional Association of Valuation Companies of Portugal 
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Coordinates

Av. D. Carlos I , nº 15 - 1º Dtº
PT-1200-646 Lisboa

Tel: + 351 21 393 90 00
Fax: + 351 21 393 90 21

Structure

President: Adriano Callé Lucas FRICS REV
Vice-President: José Curvelo REV
Secretary General: Jorge Saraiva
Secretariat: Cristina Nazareth

Number of valuation company members: 18
Number of qualified valuer (individuals) members: 61

Member of TEGoVA since: 2011
Category of membership: Full

 

Founded in 2010, ASAVAL represents property valuation companies, nationally and internationally.

Permanent Representatives to TEGoVA

Callé da Cunha

Adriano Callé Lucas FRICS REV

President of ASAVAL

President
CPU Consultores SA
Av. 24 de Jullho, 50
PT-1200-868 Lisboa

T.: +351 21 393 90 00
F: +351 21 393 90 21
Website: www.cpu.pt

José Curvelo

José Curvelo REV

Vice- President of ASAVAL

President
J. Curvelo Lda.
CEA- Centro Empresarial de Azeitão
Rua Mário de Sá Carneiro 3
PT-2925-574 Azeitão

T: +351 212 197 200
M: +351 934 045 238
Website: www.curvelo.pt

Isabel Araújo Ferreira

Isabel Maria Garcia de Araújo Ferreira REV

Member

Director
CPU Consultores de Avaliação Lda.
Av. 24 de Jullho, 50
PT-1200-868 Lisboa

T.: +351 21 393 90 00
F: +351 21 393 90 21
Website: www.cpu.pt

Brief History & Role

ASAVAL, founded in 2010, is a Portuguese association representing property valuation companies, nationally and internationally. ASAVAL and its member companies stand for the setting of valuation standards, for high levels of professionalism and independence of the valuation profession, including the independence from real estate brokerage.

Principal Areas of Policy

1. The purposes of the Association are:

a) Represent and honour its members and the evaluation activity, namely the activity carried out by the evaluation societies for both for the Public Administration and the Civil Society in Portugal and abroad;

b) Set forth the technical, ethical and professional conduct standards which must followed by its members;

c) Carry out the quality control of the evaluation work done by its members for the increased guarantee of third parties;

d) Prepare reports and opinions which, in matters of arbitration, may be requested by the Government or any Public Entity or by its members;

e) Promote by all means the professional training of its members and the exchange of technical information and experiences between them;

f) Prevent, using all legal means, any person or entity without proven professional qualifications, as well as anyone who carries out activities that are incompatible or which conflict in such a way that could harm the independence of the evaluation, from carrying out any evaluation activity;

g) Study and propose to the Public Authorities and to the European, National or Local Regulators the adoption of measures or the enactment of laws that are adequate to the promotion and good reputation of the profession and to a better assurance by the recipients of the evaluations done;

h) Celebrate arrangements or collaboration bonds and information exchange with other associations or public or private entities, whether national, foreign or international, which are related to the professional activity of its members.

2. The Association also has the following purposes:

a) Make every effort to earn the right to regulate the evaluation profession carried out by evaluation societies and the individual evaluators with which they work;

b) Create such structures that allow it to control the access to the profession, its practice and its certification by the evaluation societies and the individual evaluators they work with, as well as compliance with ethical standards.

Organisation

General Assembly - The General Assembly is the supreme ruling body of the Association; its decisions are binding for all its members and it is constituted by all of the members.

Board of Directors (five members) - The Board must carry out the rights and duties of the Association without limitations beyond those expressly reserved by the Association Articles or by Law to the General Assembly.

Supervisory Board (three members) - The Supervisory Board shall monitor the compliance with the law and the Articles of Association.

Staff: Secretary General; Secretariat - The Secretary General heads the Secretariat and ensures the administration of the Association.

Membership

1. The Association has legal entities (valuation companies) and natural persons (individual valuers) as associated members.

2. The following may be members of the Association:

a) legal entities - valuation companies - the regular business of which is the valuation of assets, wealth, real estate and/or equipment, which accept these articles of association and the principles defined therein, which must be proposed by at least two valuation compaies and whose admission is approved by the Board and confirmed by the General Assembly;

b) natural persons - individual valuerss - whose regular business is the evaluation of assets, wealth, real estate and/or equipment, who accept these articles of association and the principles defined therein, who collaborate professionally with a valuation company member of the Association, and who are proposed by two member valuation companies, one of which must be the valuation company with which they collaborate and whose admission is approved by the Board of the Directors and confirmed by the General Assembly.

     

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.

TEGoVA Residential Valuer
Residential Awarding Member Association

The association has the right to award TEGoVA Residential Valuer status (designated by the letters TRV) to its members.