The Federal Treasury Department has developed its Climate Related Financial Risks draft legislation. This work applies to some AMCouncil Members organisations, in particular the large organisations and large super funds initially, then will ramp up to respond to all entities captured under NGERS reporting scheme and other asset owners. Download the Policy Statement and Policy Impact Analysis documents which outline the proposed legislation.(more…)
Infrastructure NSW has announced that applications for the Women in Construction Industry Innovation Program (IIP) Year 2 open on Monday 22 January.
The IIP provides grants to construction industry organisations, including associations and contractors, to boost the number of women working in construction trade and non-traditional roles.(more…)
In a world increasingly shaped by the unpredictable forces of climate change, the need for sustainable and resilient asset management has never been more critical. The Sustainability and Resilience in Asset Management (SRiAM) Special Interest Group is at the forefront of this challenge, and we are excited to announce an opportunity for Asset Management Council members to contribute to this vital field. We are calling for expressions of interest to join a new Working Group focused on “Approaches for the Holistic Assessment of Climate Event Impacts.” This initiative is not just a call to action; it’s an invitation to be part of a groundbreaking journey.(more…)
Reflecting on Asset Management Council Technical Event in Brisbane “Aspire to Achieve: Navigating your Asset Management Journey in Asset Management” last week on 29th November.(more…)
Today, on International Volunteers Day, we at the Asset Management Council are taking a moment to express our deepest gratitude to each and every one of our volunteers, both past and present. 🙏(more…)
In accordance with Section 31 of its Constitution, an election is to be held for the Board of Directors of the Asset Management Council, for the term April 2024 – April 2027. One member of the current Board of Directors is to retire at the AMCouncil 2024 Annual General Meeting and is eligible to stand for re-election for the ensuing three-year term.(more…)