The global alumni community of the Asian Institute of Management recognises exceptionally outstanding fellow graduates each year through the AIM Alumni Achievement Award (Triple A). This is the most prestigious recognition to be awarded to AIM graduates.
As of 2018, only 138 alumni have been conferred this prestigious recognition out of more than 40,000 graduates. This award is given only to illustrious individuals who have achieved outstanding performances in their professional, developmental and entrepreneurial professions.
FAIM and the Triple A have always stood for the goal of excellence that each alumni member aspires to. It was a Filipino artist, Franco Patriarca, who first conceived of the Triple A concept, where the first letter of the English alphabet stands for Asian, Alpha, as well as the known constant in math, the A: the highest mark a student can attain.