Young Asset Management Practitioners (YAMP)

The Asset Management Council is the main professional body for asset management professionals in Australia. The Young Asset Management Practitioners (YAMP) special interest group is primarily aimed at members early in their asset management career (approximately aged 35 and under, although if you’re over 35, we welcome your support and involvement too.)

The group aims to provide young asset management practitioners with access to a community of practice, centre of excellence for asset related best practice, advice and professional relationship building, as well as a professional network with whom to share ideas, problems and experiences.

The YAMP group would be pleased to welcome you, both on-line and in person at one of our future events., and if you’re over 35, we’d welcome your support and involvement too.

Watch this space and keep an eye out for our monthly newsletter to hear about future events and how to get involved!

Meet the YAMP Committee

Chair: Shuwen Ling

Reach out to Shuwen at

The purpose of this survey is to better understand our community, so that we can continue delivering events and initiatives that add value to emerging professionals in asset management. 

If you are interested in contributing, please complete the following survey by COB 30th May 2024. 

We would love to hear from you! So if there are any additional topics you would like to discuss, please reach out and send an email to:  

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Do you have an emerging Asset Management discussion topic to share? A non-conventional Asset Management career journey? Or perhaps some useful advice for emerging Asset Management professionals?

We would love to hear from you!

The Young Asset Management Practitioners (YAMP) are seeking submissions from our emerging professional network to be featured on the AM Council’s LinkedIn page for the month of September!

Formats accepted:

  1. Asset Management written post (<500 words)
  2. Poster (one page limit)
  3. Video (<2 minutes)

Submissions instructions:

Written Post

Call-out submissions are to be sent as a Word Document with a word limit of 500 words.


Poster call-out submissions are to be 1 page maximum and sent as a PDF Document. LinkedIn images will be posted at 1200 x 628 pixels. Please make sure any images or text included on the poster are clear at this size.


Video call-out submissions are to be sent as a MP4 file, with a maximum duration of 2 minutes. Please note the following specifications for LinkedIn videos:

  • File size – between 75KB to 5GB
  • Resolution range – 256×144 – 4096×2304
  • Aspect ratio – 1:2.4 – 2.4:1

Please email your submission to along with the following information:

  1. Name, role and company name
  2. Call-out title and month of submission
  3. Contact details (contact number or email address)

We look forward to hearing from you! #YAMP

YAMP Webinar Series – Careers in Assets

Greg Evans:

Tanya Nelson:


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