INTEGRATED ASSET MANAGEMENT - EMMAR
A sophisticated institution established in conjunction with globally leading development=management corporations; an amalgamated workforce of over 20,000 in Human Resources, Bespoke Investment Modalities and Integrated Technology and Superior Underwriting Facilities, RIEN FINANCIAL CAPITAL ASSETS is a pioneering Investment & Development - Management Company established by the Emmar Family Offices.
The Company is built to provide a hard asset management solution to the Active Investments and Institutional Investor base of the Emmar Family Offices.
Focused on developing class assets globally with a full purview to underwrite the establishment, development, performance and shortfall management; RIEN is a highly sophisticated module incorporating state of the art underwriting methodologies integrated with performance sustainability and risk transfer mechanisms that allow the investor base to view and manage their investments in derivatives originating from Infrastructure assets spanning Oil & Gas, Power, Transmission & Distribution.
The core business of RIEN FCA is hard asset management.
A full service solution offered to major infrastructure deal flows in terms of development, management & underwriting.
RIEN FCA is a unique and sophisticated underwriting firm working in collaboration with globally leading technologists, operations and management companies, insurance & re- insurance companies. RIEN, through its parent institution, an active direct investor also has access to long term capital requirements in completing active deal flow potential.
With a global need for financing and integrated solutions; RIEN FCA acts as the Financial Capital Asset Manager bringing all solutions through a single stream of activity base.
Infrastructure asset management (IAM) has emerged as a discipline to provide a more systematic approach to the management of infrastructure assets. The benefits of an improved asset management process are enhanced customer satisfaction, governance and accountability, risk management, financial efficiency and sustainability. The purpose of this paper is to propose the need for an integrated and strategic approach to infrastructure asset management through examining the current practice of infrastructure asset management in the industry.
IAM is more than a new management buzz word. There are still many questions about what asset management really means today. In comparison to the other disciplines such as construction, facilities, maintenance, economics, finance, to name a few, infrastructure asset management is a relatively new discipline and is clearly a contemporary topic. The primary contributors to the literature in IAM are largely government organisations and industry practitioners. These contributions take the form of guidelines and reports on the best practice of asset management. Hence, the literature tends to lack well-grounded theories. To- date, while receiving relatively more interest and attention from empirical researchers, the advancement of this field, particularly in terms of the volume of academic and theoretical development is at best moderate. A plausible reason for the lack of advancement is that many researchers and practitioners are still unaware of, or unimpressed by, the contribution of IAM towards the overall performance of the asset. A more compelling argument against the progression of the concept of asset management is the general lack of an integrated framework that defines what IAM. This is expected as the discipline of infrastructure asset management continues to evolve.