Much of an asset manager’s time is devoted to ensuring proper plans are in place to manage all stages of an asset’s lifecycle. Such a lifecycle will typically include many decision points: moments when funds will need to be spent on the asset, which might therefore need some level of scrutiny or approval.
In this article from the May 2016 issue of The Institute of Asset Management’s quarterly publication Assets, Boudewijn Neijens, Copperleaf CMO, argues that although asset managers typically think of lifecyles and portfolios as linked to assets, these concepts can equally be applied to projects.
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