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Institute of Asset Management – IAM UK Chapter Conference 2022
BPD Zenith are looking forward to joining the Institute of Asset Management community for 2 days in Birmingham (23-24th November) for this year's IAM UK Chapter Conference.
The theme this year is 'What does Climate Emergency mean for Asset Management?'
"Climate change is here and the rate of change means that it is rightly being called a Climate Emergency. But what does Climate Emergency mean for Asset Management? How do we adapt our assets to reduce their environmental impacts whilst increasing their resilience? We have large asset portfolio’s, so where do we start? How do we plan for likely future scenarios and build the business case for investment?"
-The IAM UK Chapter Conference will explore these topics and bring together many of the leading minds in this space, with insightful sessions/speakers and the opportunity to network with peers to understand what this means for you and your organization.
This event is relevant to asset management professionals seeking to gain insight into and hear first-hand experiences of the latest innovations being used in a range of sectors around the world that are driving the discipline forward.
The event is also relevant to organizations interested in the benefits of asset management, presented and explored through real-life case studies, projects, research areas, tools and techniques.
The IAM Community has representation from a wide range of asset-intensive industries, public, and academic sectors around the world.
- Knowledge and insight from speakers of a wide range of professional backgrounds
- Great networking opportunities
- Corporate exhibition stands
- Delegate bag with merchandise and information
- Presentation slides and resources available to delegates post-event
- Lunch and refreshments included
You do not have to be a paying member of the Institute of Asset Management in order to attend - anyone can book by signing up here.