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Heads of Distribution and Marketing, and those who work closely, are warmly invited to join us for the next in FBC’s series of Executive Governance Roundtables.
Fund Boards Council’s Executive Governance Roundtables are an important opportunity for functional leaders and senior executives to share insights and best practice on effective engagement with fund boards.
Aimed at those who work closely with their organisation’s fund boards and those on the “board track”, each individual Roundtable will be tailored to specific functional areas and examine in depth topics that senior professionals in these areas may be bringing to their boards as well as practical considerations to enhance efficiency and effectiveness of board interaction.
The Executive Governance Roundtables are open exclusively to functional heads at Fund Boards Council’s corporate members and invitations to each Roundtable will be sent to members individually.
Ensuring the voice of the customer is heard effectively in the boardroom is not an easy task, particularly in a heavily-intermediated industry such as asset management. And yet, in the course of FBC’s Board Advisory work, we’ve been pleased to uncover many positive examples of how fund boards are endeavouring to put the customer at the heart of decision-making.
In this Digital Meeting, we’ll look at examples of good practice in this area and examine how the effective use of research, data and customer-centric processes are influencing the work of fund boards.