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FBC iNED Bootcamp video and podcast discussions are now available on-demand for FBC Members

The Bootcamp may be over, but FBC members can now access all of the sessions at their convenience via the Member Portal. In your Portal, you’ll find over 35 videos, podcasts and articles bringing you views and perspectives from fund governance professionals in UK, Ireland, Luxembourg and the US on areas such as cross-border fund governance, ESG, cyber governance, managing liquidity risk, to name but a few. Check out our highlighted sessions below, including our keynote discussion with the FCA and the accompanying review and analysis session.

Full Event Schedule – Now on Demand

If you’re not sure which sessions you missed, you can still view the entire Bootcamp event schedule. When you click the event title on this schedule, you will be redirected to the on demand video or podcast of your choosing. Additionally, all Bootcamp content can be accessed through your Member Portal.

Watch our Keynote – FBC Interviews the FCA

In this keynote session, Nick Miller, Gary Murdoch, Aiden McEvoy and Christopher Davis from the FCA share their latest thinking on four key aspects of the Asset Management Market Study – Culture and Purpose, Diversity, Product Governance and Assessment of Value. Follow this must-watch session with a review and analysis of the FCA interview led by FBC’s Shiv Taneja and Philip Warland who are in conversation with Ben Hunt, chair of Coutts ACD in the UK and policy expert and iNED, Dan Walters, also available in the Member Portal.

Governance and Oversight: iNEDs and the role of the Depositary

In the constantly evolving world of fund governance, it appears that the role of one key participant remains poorly understood by many fund board directors – that of the depositary. Could boards be missing an important opportunity to make more effective use of the independent data and insights that their depositary provides? Governance and Oversight: iNEDs and the role of the Depositary takes a deeper look. Shiv Taneja is joined by funds lawyer and fund board independent director, Kirstene Baillie and Mark Crathern, Head of NatWest Trustee and Depositary Services to examine how the relationship between depositary and fund board is changing and the opportunities for depositaries to step out of the shadows and more actively engage with directors – both executive and independent – to better support them as they discharge their fund governance responsibilities.

Our Concluding Live Session, On Demand – Fast Forward: The Future of Fund Boards

If you missed Fast Forward: The Future of Fund Boards, moderated by Ed Moisson, Senior Ignites reporter, you can watch this session through the Member Portal. This event marked the final discussion of this year’s iNED Bootcamp in which leading governance practitioners looked into the future of fund governance and helped us answer “what does success look like?”. We assessed what the future may hold for fund boards, how they might evolve to meet the shifting regulatory environment and adapt to the changing needs and expectations of investors.

Full Event Schedule – Now on Demand

If you didn’t have the chance to take a deep dive into our FBC iNED Report 2021 – The State of Independence on Fund Boards, you can download a PDF of the report through the Member Portal. In the second year of this report, the only one of its kind, over 130 iNEDs and aspiring iNEDs shared their unique perspectives on the state of independence on fund boards.[