April 22, 2019, 6:43 am

2019 AMPEAK Conference - Key Issues, Trends and Lessons from Australia’s Top Asset Management Professionals

Each year Assetivity takes part in AMPEAK, the Annual conference of the AM Council, Australia’s peak professional body for Asset Management. The conference is a meeting place for Asset Management professionals and facilities an exchange between a broad range of industries and decision makers.

AMPEAK received a record number of registrations this year, with over 100 speakers, running over three days at the Esplanade Hotel in Fremantle, Western Australia. The audience comprised of individuals from organisations who manage assets across the planning, acquisition, operation & maintenance, and disposal phases of the asset lifecycle. The individuals represented numerous industries such as infrastructure, finance, mining, oil & gas, defence, utilities, facilities, risk & reliability and occupational health and safety.

This year, Assetivity was represented by Sandy Dunn - Managing Director and Gary West – Associate Director, along with Senior Consultant, Stewart Kiely. 

Sandy and Gary presented the following papers, which were both extremely well received and generated a lot of discussion:

  • ‘Asset Management Strategy vs SAMP - Has ISO got it wrong?’ – Sandy Dunn
  • ‘Asset Performance Management - the promise versus reality’ – Gary West

Assetivity has put together a list of the key takeaways gained from the knowledge shared amongst Australia’s top Asset Management professionals at the 2019 conference:

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