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IAM Awards

The IAM Awards include 5 different categories to recognise the growing number of outstanding contributions in asset management.

The Asset Management Achievement Award is split into 3 categories - Individual, Team and Project Achievement whilst the NxtGen Award will continue to recognise an individual who is demonstrating great potential in the field.

The IAM will continue to deliver the Asset Management Innovation award previously delivered at the IET award ceremony.

During our award’s night at The IAM Annual Lecture & Dinner the IAM President will also continue to acknowledge the outstanding work of volunteers who have made considerable efforts to support the work of the Institute.

Click a button below to read more about each Award and find out about previous year’s winners

 

 
     
 

 

In all cases applications should be sponsored. Teams applying for any of the 3 Achievement or Innovation Awards should be sponsored by an IAM member. Applicants for the NxtGen Award may be sponsored by a colleague, mentor or manager who is familiar with the applicant and asset management principles.

 

 
   

Recognising excellence
in Asset Management

 

   

The IAM has always depended on willing individuals and organisations in everything we do.  We know that without this commitment we would not be as successful or as productive as we are. We want to express our sincere gratitude to all concerned.

We are always keen for members to engage with the institute and we would welcome applications to support the judging panel for the awards. If you feel you are able to meet the criteria below please do get in touch by emailing Awards@theIAM.org.

Role

Description

Duration

Commitment

Skills Required

 


 

IAM Award judges 

Support with promotion and communication of IAM Awards. Be part of judging panel for Awards; review and score submissions and provide feedback to panel via teleconferences


 

 

May – November

 


< 1hr/ month May – Aug

0.5 days/week during 3 week judging period in Sept, including taking part in judging telecons (4 x 1.5 hrs)

Good understanding of all areas of AM Anatomy (passed IAM Certificate/ Diploma)

Experience of implementing AM improvements


Organisation and communication skills

Times stated above are approximated and may change slightly but we do not anticipate a greater workload.

We do try to recognise these contributions and achievements in a variety of ways, often publicly, but the President's Award is a formal, infrequent and special presentation to recognise an exceptional contribution.  These awards are published on our website to ensure that this individual achievement is as widely known as possible.

The winners of 2016 were presented at the IAM’s Annual Dinner held at Savoy Place, London, November 2016.


Please click here to see the winners:

Asset Management Achievement Award 2016

 - NxtGen Asset Management Award 2016

- Innovation Asset Management Award 2016

- Pictures of the Awards ceremony

/for full size picture requests - please contact us/

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The winners of 2015 were presented at the IAM’s Annual Dinner held at Park Plaza Riverbank, London, November 2015.


Please click here to see the winners:

Asset Management Achievement Award 2015

 - NxtGen Asset Management Award 2015

- Pictures of the Awards ceremony

/for full size picture requests - please contact us/

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The winners of 2014 were presented at the IAM’s Annual Dinner held at the Millennium Gloucester Hotel, November 2014.


Please click here to see the winners:

 - Asset Management Achievement Award 2014

 - NxtGen Asset Management Award 2014

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Photo's from the IAM Awards 2013

Click here to download the photos of the IAM Annual Dinner and Lecture 2013 (150mb approx .zip)


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If you wish to use any of these photo's either on a website or reproduce in printed material such as a magazine, please ask permission from the IAM first, contact: Technical@theIAM.org 


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