We support large corporate and government clients to achieve their strategic objectives and create value from their assets. Our clients include companies in Mining, Rail, Ports, Utilities and Defence.
Whether you are seeking certification to ISO 55001 or alignment to improve, we will work with you to ensure that your asset management practices deliver value to your stakeholders.
Our services include:
ISO 55001 Gap analysis and Roadmap
Strategic Asset Management Plans
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Asset Management for Directors
Today’s board directors are faced with an increasingly complex operating environment. There is greater scrutiny from shareholders and regulators, and a diminishing ability to predict the future based on past experience.
Asset Management for Directors aims to provide a clear framework for directors to address their asset management obligations. Creating value from the company’s assets is a key responsibility of the board and forms part of its fiduciary duty. In this sense, board directors are asset managers.
Through the context of the board’s governance roles, this book outlines the importance of asset management from the board’s perspective. The key points directors need to know about asset management are provided, without addressing technical aspects in too much detail. Rather, the book aims to inform the director who is not necessarily an expert in asset management on the fundamental knowledge they need to understand their company’s asset management practices and to ask pertinent questions of management.
Asset Management for Directors also provides guidance for executives and asset management specialists on the aspects of asset management that are of most interest to the board and advice on how they can best ensure that they provide relevant and timely information to inform board decision making.
Each chapter includes a brief case study to highlight how the principles are applied in practice. These case studies cover a wide range of industries and help to illustrate the array of asset types, both tangible and intangible, that boards are responsible for.