The State of Independence on Fund Boards in the UK
Thursday 14th May
Spaces are going fast for the FBC’s Digital Meeting on Thursday 14th May 2020 in which we’ll be discussing the high level findings of FBC’s research report into the workings of the UK’s fund boards – The State of Independence on Fund Boards in the UK – so if you are interested in joining us for this discussion, please REGISTER NOW.
Conducted almost six months on from the FCA’s deadline for implementing measures from the Asset Management Market Study, this first-of-its-kind study examines in detail the level of independence on fund boards, how firms have managed the transition from internal fund governance to a formalised board structure and sets out iNEDs’ views on the all-important Assessment of Value reporting process.
So, join us at 2pm on 14th May 2020, when FBC Co-Founders Shiv Taneja and Catherine Battershill will explore the report’s key themes and answer questions on the research. 1. The integration of the iNEDs on to their fund boards: recruitment, and on-boarding; 2. Engagement between the iNEDs and the board in both formal and informal meetings; 3. Evaluating board packs: preparation, size, delivery, and content; 4. Shaping the Assessment of Value reports: the iNED’s role, and their perception of how the report will be received; 5. And finally, a review of iNED fees, and what the future holds. To find out more about the meeting and to reserve your place join us for this digital meeting on the 14th of May, please REGISTER HERE.