Systems, engineering and technology consultancy, Frazer-Nash, has been accepted as a Patron of the Institute of Asset Management (IAM).
The IAM is the leading international professional body for asset management, and draws its membership from across the world. As a professional association, its aim is to influence and improve the widespread understanding of asset management, and to showcase the value society derives from applying good asset management practices.
Engineering Manager, Adrian Holland, who leads on Frazer-Nash’s asset management services, said:
“We are honoured to have been accepted as one of the Patrons of the Institute of Asset Management. As a Patron, we’ll be using our experience and expertise to foster and influence the best practice application of asset management theory, principles and techniques, acting as an ambassador for the IAM.
“We’re looking forward to being part in the IAM Patrons’ Group and (virtually) meeting our fellow Patrons on 12 May; and to offering our expertise by volunteering as members of committees and project teams involved in developing the discipline of asset management.
Andy Watts, MD at the Institute of Asset Management said:
“We’re delighted to see Frazer-Nash join our Patrons’ Group. Our Patrons bring a wealth of knowledge, experience and thought leadership to the initiatives we run, as well as help develop and influence the way forward for asset management. Collectively, they inspire and support each other as well as the IAM at large. Frazer-Nash will add new momentum to the Patrons’ Group, and we thank them for their support.”