Infrastructure Asset Management

CAS MIA Graduates managen Infrastruktur Assets erfolgreich, um Wirtschaftswachstum, technologischen Wandel, Finanzierungslücke und Schutz kritischer Infrastruktur mit ISO 5500X, Produktentwicklung, dynamischer Kapabilität, asset life cycle und der Balance aus Exploitation & Exploration zu mitigieren

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Compliance & Risikomanagement

Da das Infrastruktur Asset Management (MIA) mehrere Wissensdomänen kreuzt, ist logische und kausale Inkonsistenz in der Ableitung von Handlungen eine wichtige Quelle für Organisations- und Netzwerkversagen. Die ISO 5500X verlangt ausserdem eine evidenzbasierte Konzeption. Um diese so genannten konzeptionellen Risiken zu addressieren, aktualisieren wir Ihre expliziten Konzeptionen Argumentation in formalen Dokumenten und Handlungsanweisungen (zb Technologiestrategie, asset management strategy).

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Infrastructure Asset Management

»The new CAS MIA program will become the cornerstone of a very-much needed continuing education program in the infrastructure and asset management sector. This new program brings you the best expertise available in the private sector, academia and civil society. Its modular format will enable you to learn about the concepts and best-practices currently used in modern infrastructure asset management and will ultimately prepare you for tomorrow's challenges.»

Dr. Pedro Rodrigues de Almeida Director, Head of Basic Industries, World Economic Forum, Switzerland

»The Swiss federal government’s Energy Strategy 2050 needs an estimated CHF 67 billion by the year 2050 on the construction and operation of new power stations, investments of CHF 126 billion to modernize existing power station, and CHF 18 billion to restructure and expand power transmission and distribution grids. The pressure on MIA organizations is mounting, and the impending in- vestments are large, future financing of energy infrastructure will have to be broader-based. To attract more investors, the framework conditions must be predictable and stable in the long term, and the investment must achieve returns of at least 5.0 to 6.0 percent to attract the interest of pension funds and life insurers. Infrastructure facilities should be managed as a separate investment class, such is the case with real estate. Moreover, equity backing requirements for infrastructure investments of life insurers should account for the underlying risk profile of this asset class.»

Dr. Andreas Schlatter, Global Head of Distribution, UBS Global Asset Management

»Society trusts in reliable infrastructure. The history of infrastructure events points to the importance of integrated management solutions based on deep and evidence-based insights for a sustainable and efficient maintenance, renewal, and change of the inter-dependent infra- structure systems.»

Dr. Kurt Rüegg, Vice-President of the Swiss Gas and Water Industry Association SVGW; Senior Manager at ewl energie wasser luzern, Switzerland

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