The Institute of Asset Management (the IAM) is the international professional body for asset management professionals.
The IAM develops asset management knowledge and best practice, and generates awareness of the benefits of the asset management discipline for the individual, organisations and wider society.
At the IAM we are developing our approach to climate change and the climate emergency. Clearly, we need to collectively address the drivers of climate change, especially greenhouse gas emissions. We also need to address how we adapt and achieve resilience to those changes, and we recognise the need to do this in the context of sustainable development as described by the United Nations. What we value in society is key, and as values around the world change, asset management is adapting to reflect and embrace these values.
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The Asset Management Excellence Awards acknowledge and celebrate the outstanding work done by asset management professionals, organisations and teams across the world. Commitment, quality and foresigh ...
The IAM Annual Conference 2021 OnDemand is here. If you couldn't make it why not try our OnDemand version watch when you want. Join us for 35+ innovative presentations, workshops and panel discussions ...
The Big Picture is a visual tool for starting conversations about asset management within your organisation as well as with customers, suppliers and wider stakeholders. The intention is not to provide ...
The Subject Specific Guidelines (SSGs) are part of a series of publications designed to expand and enrich asset management knowledge. The SSGs cover the 39 Subjects in Asset Management - an anatomy, a ...
The Elements of Strategic Asset Management video is a further visual tool that supports The Big Picture package.
The Big Picture is a visual tool for starting conversations about asset management within your organisation as well as with customers, suppliers and wider stakeholders...
The IAM Annual Conference 2021, our flagship event which brings the international community together to learn and share, is this year tackling the climate emergency.