Asia Pacific Asset Strategies team gain Institute of Asset Management qualifications
Our Asia Pacific asset management capabilities and expertise continue to grow as six staff from our asset strategies team based in Brisbane, Australia extended their knowledge in asset management through qualifications offered by the Institute of Asset Management (IAM).
Supported by an organisation-wide understanding of the importance of continued learning, Dr Christopher Bridge, Paul Cannons, Susan Chamberlain and Dr Colin Kemp all received an IAM Certificate with Aneurin Hughes and Stephen Walker receiving IAM Diplomas with distinction.
The IAM Certificate recognises individual asset management knowledge and understanding and educates on the fundamental principles of asset management while the Diploma – the highest level of qualification awarded by IAM – focuses on the breadth and depth of knowledge understanding along with the application of professional judgement in practice.
Aneurin Hughes, Regional Senior Principal for Asset Management and recipient of the IAM Diploma with distinction, recognises the importance of gaining formal industry qualifications especially through industry bodies like IAM.
“It’s really pleasing that we continue to increase the number of team members with formal asset management qualifications,” Aneurin said.
“It gives our clients confidence and assurance that we are across the latest developments in the field.
“And for the individuals, it's another step in their asset management career and recognition of their development."
Cardno has been active in asset management for 25 years, providing an integrated service approach through the delivery of innovative solutions to a diverse range of clients globally.
Throughout our time operating in the asset management space, we have been proud and active corporate supporters of IAM and also their professional development programs.
We are currently one of only two organisations in Australia who provide IAM’s Foundation Award training offering tailored training programs aligned with the IAM competence framework.