History and Role
Formally Euroval, Tegova emerged in June 1997.
Tegova is proudly Europe’s national valuers association. Their aim is to lead and create the standards for valuation practice, education, ethics and corporate governance for property valuers in Europe. Its members are supported by introducing and implementing these strict standards. Tegova represents 53 associations from 3o European states with over 70,000 members.
Tegova includes 3 different type of member: full, associate and observer members.
The Group is open to:
- Organisations representing valuers of the European Union
- Organisations representing valuers from non- EU countries
- Organisations admitted on a case-by-case by basis.
- Private or unqualified persons cannot be members.
The ‘European Group of Valuers’ Associations’, or in French ‘Groupe européen des associations d’experts immobiliers’, in short ‘TEGOVA’, is a non-profit organisation established in Brussels, under Belgian Law.
Accounts-Auditors for Tegova.
A financial statement of the Association prepared by certified accountants is provided annually. An auditor appointed by the General Assembly certifies the financial statements.