Asset management in finance is the process of directing the assets of an investor’s portfolio, usually a financial services company. It is a practice designed to improve wealth over time by acquiring, holding and trading investments that can potentially grow in value.
The central point of her services is the identification of clients’ financial goals and the subsequent work to achieve these goals through portfolio management, i.e. increasing the value of the portfolio while carefully reducing risks.
Business Asset Management is a way to help companies keep track of all their assets, such as equipment, vehicles and investments.
Tracking each asset helps streamline operations, especially when a company is ready to sell or dispose of assets. Asset management services are provided by large corporations, independent financial advisors and portfolio managers who specialize in working with individuals, corporations, governments or other institutions with significant investment portfolios.
BES Institute’s Asset management Course Certification courses are designed to provide you with the skills and information needed to improve your quality management procedures and the effect you have within your business.
- Principals of Asset Management
- Asset Management as a Business Process
- Asset Management Strategy & Planning
- Asset Management Roles
- ISO550000 – The International Standard on Asset Management
- Risk in Asset Management
- Risk on Business Level
- Risk on Asset Level – Risk Based Maintenance
- Asset Management Policy
- Developing (Strategic) Asset Management Plan(s)
- Implementing (Strategic) Asset Management Plan(s)
- Long Term Maintenance & Investment Planning
- Information and Configuration Management
- Life Cycle of Assets and Its Aspects
- Systems Engineering & RAMS (Reliability Availability Maintainability Safety)
- Financial & Business Impact of Asset Management
- Financial Management – Basics
- Life Cycle Costing
- The Business Case for Asset Management
- Fee: 40,000
- Duration: 1 Month
- Timing: 9AM-11AM, 11AM-1PM, 1PM-3PM, 3PM-5PM, 5PM-7PM, 7PM-9PM