Infrastructure Asset Management Exchange

Aligning Asset Management Strategy with Business Objectives and Proactively Managing Risk
2014-03-17 - 2014-03-19
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+44 (0) 207 368 9484

The annual Infrastructure Asset Management Exchange will once again bring together 80 directors of asset management with regulators, leading consultants and software providers to discuss the issues that are front of mind for those with the mandate and power to design, orchestrate, and improve asset management strategy across their business. As the asset management function moves from a purely operational to a strategic function, asset management leaders need to develop and be able to communicate their strategy to the wider business, and importantly, to the board. IS0 55000 looms, risk management is still firmly on the agenda and asset owners are looking for ways to improve their information management. Coupled with the need to prioritise customer experience and the role of the asset management director is ever more challenging. Unlike a conference or tradeshow, by attending the Exchange you will benchmark with only director level professionals from leading water, gas, electricity, transport, road, rail and oil & gas enterprises. Share best practice and bounce ideas to make sure you are up to date with the latest case studies and new approaches enabling you to add true value to your business. Early confirmed attendees whom you can benchmark with in 2014 include: • Director of Asset Management, Schiphol (Amsterdam Airport) • Director of Asset Management, Southern Water • Director Technical Service & Operation, Copenhagen Airports • Chief Operating Officer, E.ON Generation GmbH • Head of Asset Strategy & Performance, UK Power Networks • Head of Strategic Asset Planning, United Utilities • Director Asset Management, AKUO Energy • Principle Advisor Asset Management, Gasunie • Chief Maintenance Director, EDP Distribution Join us in March and have the unique opportunity to be a part of this exclusive invitation-only event! Website:

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