Webinar: Understanding Valuation Governance in NZ

  • 24 May 10:00 am – 11:00 am
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  • CPD Points: 1.00
  • Access Restrictions: The recording of this webinar is only available through the Property Institute site to people who have purchased access using the Register button on this page.
  • Duration: 60:00
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About the Event


Please note this webinar is free to attend.

This webinar is designed to clarify the different roles and responsibilities of key peak body organisations involved in the registration, membership mandating and compliance activities of Registered Valuers.

This will integrally involve an exploration of the relationship between New Zealand Institute of Valuers (NZIV), the Valuers Registration Board (VRB), and the Property Institute of New Zealand (PINZ).

The different fee structures and responsibilities for each organisation will also be fully explained to help registered valuers avoid common areas of misunderstandings including that involving the issuing of annual practising certificates (APC’s) and the gazetting of public valuers, the separate yet connected administrative roles of PINZ and the NZIV, and the interfacing of it all with the VRB.

Members please note, you will be required to complete a participation & CPD verification question/s before your CPD points will be automatically allocated to your CPD diary.


  • Dr Gary Garner

    Gary has strong industry background in numerous advisory, management, executive and governance capacities with tertiary qualifications in economics, business (finance and investment), agriculture, valuation (property economics), research and theology.

    Awarded a PhD Doctor of Philosophy (Economics) in 2011 after completing thesis involving mixed methods explanatory sequential designed research into housing affordability and property development (econometric analysis of holding cost impact on largescale greenfield residential property developments).

    He will be known to many of our members having been on the Faculty of Agribusiness & Commerce at Lincoln University, and served on the Lincoln University Academic Board from 2015 to 2017 as well as serving on the Property Institute Board from 2014-2016.