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Canadian Network of Asset Managers appoints new executive director


Calgary – The Canadian Network of Asset Managers (CNAM) is pleased to announce that Douglas Cutts CPA, CA has been appointed as Executive Director of the association.

Cutts brings over 35 years of strategic planning, financial and operational experience to CNAM. He has a proven track record of providing immediate contributions to an organization through his extensive corporate and industry leadership experience. He will use those skills to lead CNAM in its continued representation of public and private sector infrastructure asset managers across Canada.

In his new role as executive director, Cutts will be responsible for the overall management of the association and will assist the Board of Directors in the development and execution of the association’s strategic action plans, establishing and maintaining effective networking relationships with CNAM’s growing partner network and will lead new financing initiatives for the association. “I am thrilled to join CNAM and have the opportunity to contribute to the successful growth strategy going forward,” said Cutts.

“We are delighted that Douglas Cutts is joining CNAM,” said John Murray, Chair of the Board of Directors of CNAM. “His wealth of business knowledge, financial experience and executive leadership will be instrumental in helping CNAM expand our capabilities and enable us to continue to provide the best infrastructure asset management resources and benefits for members of our association.”

Formed in 2007, CNAM is the not-for-profit association of public infrastructure asset management in Canada. Its members develop policy, tools and technologies which improve the level of service for public infrastructure assets in every province and territory. CNAM shares that knowledge with other members and stakeholders through its CNAMpedia online resource library, its Annual Conference and Tereo Awards program as well as its many committees and partner events.

For more information, visit www.cnam.ca.