Latest Registration and Program Brochure now available – new features!

ICOMS_2011_Asset_Management_Conference_Brochure_image“Ever increasingly, asset management is becoming recognised as a crucial element for businesses to ensure and maintain sustainable revenue generation and profitability. That’s why a common global view towards asset management is essential to ensuring transportability of skills, knowledge and professionals, particularly in the rapidly growing international business sector we find ourselves within. The ICOMS Asset Management Conference 2011 program has been carefully devised with this mind”
John Hardwick
Chairman for the Asset Management Council

 

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10 days until Student Award Nominations due

_MG_1863Each year, the Asset Management Council celebrates and highlights student innovation in the field of asset management through its Student Awards program. Students may enter one or more of three Award categories; Undergraduate Student, Postgraduate Student or Postgraduate Research.

From left to right: Sharareh Taghipour, University of Toronto, 2010 Postgraduate Research Award; Paul Websdane, Monash University, 2010 Postgraduate Student Award; Samantha Haines, The University of Western Australia, 2010 Undergraduate Student Award.

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Sydney Chapter News: Gary Seabury announced as new Chair

UID2879_sFollowing the Sydney Chapter Annual General Meeting held on 24 February 2011, we are delighted to announce Gary Seabury, National Business Development Manager Rail for John Holland, has been elected as the new Sydney Chapter Chair.

Gary Winsor and David Spiteri were elected to the Sydney Committee; whilst Danny Azavedo and Robert Sloan remain for a further 12 months in their positions as Treasurer and Secretary, respectively.

Learn more about Gary Seabury, Sydney Chapter Chair in this blog article….

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