FBC Digital Workshop: Harnessing AI to enhance fund board effectiveness (Luxembourg focus)
13 September 2023
8-10am (Europe time)
With the rapid increase in interest and usage of Artificial Intelligence (AI), we are hosting a Luxembourg focused digital event to help FBC members and select invited guests with an introduction to its relevance to and potential use in fund board effectiveness and administration. FBC MD Catherine Battershill, will be joined by M&G Business Manager for Europe, Tarne Bevan, and Board Secretary at Capital Group, Birgit Moeltner, along with expert in the field Michael Kollo of Evolved Reasoning to provide the workshop.
The session will consist of three primary elements:
1. The introduction to Generative AI and the knowledge required to utilise the tool, including an introduction to ‘prompting’.
2. Use case development focussed on ‘minutes drafting’ and integration with accompanying meeting documentation.
3. The ethical framework on how to use Generative AI (ownership of content created through the collaboration with Generative AI).
Each part will focus on providing insight tailored to fund board needs and attendees will have the opportunity to pose questions with reference to your own circumstances and needs.
Please get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like further information.
Catherine Battershill is a founder and Managing Director of Fund Boards Council. She has over 15 years of experience of marketing and communications in asset management in Europe and Asia. During the course of her career, Catherine has led regional marketing and communications initiatives across major institutional and wholesale retail markets and overseen the development of an international thought-leadership programme for a leading multi-national asset manager.
Catherine has held voluntary board roles in education and a children’s charity, through which she has developed a strong interest in governance topics. This, combined with her asset management background, led her to join Shiv in setting up Fund Boards Council.