02 Sep 2021 Home, NxtGen, USA, United Kingdom, Netherlands, Ireland, Germany, Canada Blog Event

What makes a top tier awards submission?

Thinking about entering into the Asset Management Excellence Awards 2021? Hear from some of our judges and IAM experts on what they think makes an excellent awards submission.

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27 Aug 2021 Home, Canada, Germany, Ireland, Netherlands, United Kingdom, USA, NxtGen Qualifications

Discounted IAM Exams until September 30th

Thinking about taking an IAM qualification? Until 30 September we're offering up to 20% off our exams. If you are looking to continue your professional development and further your Asset Management career the IAM qualifications could be the next step...

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10 Aug 2021 Home, Canada, Germany, Ireland, Netherlands Press Release

Institute of Asset Management response to the UK Government’s transport decarbonisation plan

The Institute of Asset Management welcomes the release of the UK Government’s transport decarbonisation plan Decarbonising transport: a better, greener Britain. It is a clear, timely and ambitious statement of intent. However, the monitoring of performance and auditing of outputs against...

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23 Jul 2021 Home, United Kingdom Event

IAM UK Chapter Conference 2021 - Call for Speaker Submissions now Open

The IAM UK Chapter Conference will focus on the diversity of Asset Management across different sectors and how the profession embeds common good practices across different asset types, operating contexts and environments. With this as the core, we will also explore with delegates some of the ‘Mega

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05 Jul 2021 Home Blog

Elections for IAM Board of Management and Council

The IAM welcomes your support! The 2021 elections are just around the corner, and as such, we are calling for nominees to stand for election to become your representatives on the IAM Council and Board of Management.

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01 Jul 2021 Home Press Release

TC251/AHG4 Final Report Released

“Asset management and BIM (Building Information Modelling) are supportive approaches, yet often practitioners of one discipline do not recognise the links with the others. A report from a working group of TC251 (the committee responsible for the ISO 55000 series) was based on the remit: “Understand

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