The Investment Management Standard (IMS) is a collection of simple, commonsense ideas and practices that help organisation to direct resources to deliver the best outcomes.
The IMS has been evolving since 2004 as a response to investment practices that were increasingly complex but failed to focus on the real need for an investment or the benefits expected to be delivered. The IMS was first used to help shape individual investments. Today, its uses have broadened to the point where it can now support the primary investment decision-making functions of an organisation.
Investment Management can be used to
Theory behind the IMS
Acquire a deeper understanding of the history and theory
that underpins the standard.
Support in adopting the practices
Obtain information and training that will enable you to apply the practices
within your organisation.
Support for facilitators
Obtain information on how to become accredited and practice
as an investment management facilitator.
Information often sought
For more information, please contact the Investment Management unit within DTF at firstname.lastname@example.org
- Greg Gough (03) 9651 1880
- Eldar Salkovic (03) 9651 1830
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