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Genesis#30: Asset management principles to navigate the 'new normal', webinar

  • Webinar
  • Online
  • 04 August 2020
  • 14:00 - 15:30
Genesis#30: Asset management principles to navigate the 'new normal', webinar

About this event

Coronavirus has impacted and continues to impact the world in many ways. The water industry faces many challenges in providing resilient, efficient and effective services to customers while protecting our environment. As we move forwards into what is being referred to as the “New Normal”, companies are starting to deal with the effects of budget cuts, tougher, more restrictive working environments, variations to supply and demand and tough investment decisions.

In this series of 3 Tech Talks, we will explore how good Asset Management approaches can help companies understand their priorities and manage risk in this highly changeable world. Each talk will focus on a different aspect of Asset Management and how business can set strategy, plan and prepare for what comes next …

1st TechTalk: Fit for the race – Using the ISO55,000 standard as a tool to understand the strengths, weaknesses and gaps within our organisations and how we can overcome them to be better prepared.

Registration is compulsory – please register below:


Please note that this event will start at 18.30 IST


Mark Kaney

Mark is Black & Veatch’s Asset Management Director for Europe. With a degree in civil engineering and post-grad qualification in asset management, Mark has over 20 years’ experience in the utilities industry. He joined Black & Veatch in 2018, prior to this Mark held senior asset management positions in both asset-owning and consultancy organisations. The latter role was combined with that of Head of Digital Development.

Mark is also actively involved with the Institute of Asset Management, being both an Endorsed Assessor and holding a seat on the IAM Council and British Water, being the International Business Mentor for Europe.

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For more information please contact:

Patrick Courtney

e: ice.international@ice.org.uk