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A Personal Message from Kirsten Bodley, IAM CEO
26 June 2019
Kirsten Bodley, CEO of IAM recently recorded a personal message, sharing her simple vision for the Institute's future which celebrates its 25th anniversary during 2019.
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IAM welcomes new President, Ursula Bryan
26 June 2019
The Institute of Asset Management (IAM) is delighted to announce that Ursula Bryan has become our new President from 25th June 2019, taking over the mantle from Chris Newsome, who retires following his two-year tenure. Ursula steps up into the role as the IAM celebrates its 25th Anniversary and looks forward to the next phase in our development.
IAM CEO Transition
10 September 2018
David McKeown, Chief Executive, has chosen to step down after more than 10 years in the role, as the Institute approaches its 25th anniversary. We are pleased to announce the appointment of Kirsten Bodley as CEO Designate with effect from 8 October, taking over as Chief Executive on 4 February 2019.
IAM and IFRAMI Sign Memorandum of Understanding
27 June 2018
The IAM is delighted to have signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Institut Français d'Asset Management Industriel et Infrastructures. This collaboration allows members of one organisation to benefit from member discounts for events and activities, and access technical material, publications and resources of the other.
Memorandum of Understanding
National Infrastructure Commission
12 January 2018
The Institute of Asset Management is pleased to respond to the National Infrastructure Commission consultation on Congestion, Capacity, Carbon, Priorities for National Infrastructure.
IAM and SMRP Announce Global Agreement to Share Member Benefits
25 July 2017
The IAM is very pleased to have a Memorandum of Understanding with the Society for Maintenance & Reliability Professionals. This MoU means that members of each organisation may enjoy the member benefits of the other, including discounts for events and activities, and access to technical material, publications, and other resources.
Press Release Memorandum of Understanding
Published in print, exclusively for The Times or The Sunday Times, Raconteur special reports cover the most pertinent topics through in-depth analysis and commentary from leading journalists and industry leaders. The IAM is proud to partner with Raconteur on specific asset management editions. This collaboration allows us to raise awareness of the asset management discipline, promote best practice and the benefits of long-term thinking, and encourage engagement within organisations, other disciplines, and stakeholders.
The report explores the importance of organisational culture and the adoption of new technologies that have the potential to save time, money and resources in asset maintenance. IAM CEO, David McKeown, addresses culture and leadership in overcoming disparate tribes in his opinion column.
By profiling a number of leading firms, this 16-page report educates the senior business community on the value of asset management and adopting the discipline as a core competency. Topics include how asset management is evolving in the digital world, breakthrough technology powering Africa through innovative clean energy alternatives, and the discrepancies in the life cycle of chief executives and assets.
Asset Management & Maintenance
The issue was developed with the launch of the pioneering ISO 55000 standards, with contributions from KPMG, Amey and more. IAM CEO, David McKeown, gives an in-depth account of the new professional standard, discussing changes for asset management in today’s fast-paced, complex economy, where organisations are more likely to operate around the clock and are under constant pressure to deliver public quarterly reports.