ISO 55000 Launch and Seminar

Free event

Date: Wednesday 5 February 2014 (10:30-17:00)

Location35-43 Lincoln's Inn Fields, London, WC2A 3PE

BSI and IAM are proud to welcome the new ISO 55000 series. These three international standards (55000/1/2) are important not only for their content but because they represent a global consensus on what asset management is and what it can do to increase value generated by all organizations.

We believe that asset management will increasingly become the best means of harnessing and integrating all the activities within an organization to achieve its purpose effectively and economically.

To mark this significant step, BSI and IAM in collaboration are holding a Launch Event on Wednesday 5 February 2014 in London.

This event will provide an opportunity to raise awareness of the ISO 55000 series and the rapidly growing asset management profession. We are grateful to CGI for sponsoring the free launch event but entry is by means of TICKET ONLY.

The launch will be followed by an afternoon seminar explaining in detail the changes and consequences for those wishing to implement and audit asset management practices. This seminar is appropriate for those already familiar with PAS 55 or interested in more detail about asset management.

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Terry Hill, President of the International Standards Organisation
  • Stephen Morris, President of the Institute of Asset Management
  • Scott Steedman, Director of Standards at the BSI
  • Rhys Davies, Chairman of PC 251

Invitations have also been issued to senior representatives of government and industry. Other high-profile speakers will be announced prior to the event.


The Launch takes place on WEDNESDAY 5 FEBRUARY 2014 at the Royal College of Surgeons (We shall send directions and arrival instructions with confirmation of your place).


10:30   Registration
11:00   Launch Event 
12:00   Questions and discussion
12:30   Drinks Reception and canapés 
13:30   Registration
14:00   Seminar - ‘The significance of ISO 55000’