Welcome to IAM Ireland

Ireland Press Release

02 Apr 2019

Welcome to IAM Ireland

The IAM Ireland Chapter has been established to provide asset management professionals and others interested in the field a community to add to and share their knowledge of good practices for strategically managing physical assets.

The Chapter aims to enhance and professionalise the development of member organisation’s asset management capabilities by:

  • Promoting an understanding of the International Standard of Asset Management
    ISO 55000 and the IAM 39 Subjects of Asset Management.
  • Providing an interdisciplinary network for the exchange of experiences within and
    across sectors, to share and develop knowledge.
  • Providing access to IAM’s international knowledge, network, and offerings.

Our 2019 – 2020 Business Plan sets out three key objectives focused on:

  1. National asset management leadership - building strong and visible asset management leadership in Ireland across multiple sectors.
  2. Engaged membership - through our schedule of activities we aim to build a membership that’s truly engaged.
  3. In partnership - In parallel we plan to develop formal cooperative agreements with bodies (institutions, societies, etc.) who have shared interests.

About IAM Chapters
Chapters provide a variety of opportunities to meet industry leaders and learn from other professionals in your area, focusing on aspects of asset management relevant to businesses in the region, as well as being an excellent platform for networking.

Joining your local Chapter can also be an excellent way to gain recognition as an asset  management professional or business, with opportunities to take on roles within the Chapter to shape its direction and activities.

The Ireland Chapter is the 7th Chapter to launch following the UK, Dutch, German, Malaysian, Canadian and USA Chapters.

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IAM Ireland Committee

The Irish Chapter has been formed by a volunteer team from across infrastructure and manufacturing including senior representatives from Northern Ireland Electricity Networks, Dublin Airports, Electricity Supply Board Networks, Mutual Energy, Ervia, Irish Rail, Irish Water and Ernst & Young.

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