The art of organising, facilitating board meetings and minute taking

With increasing attention to governance and regulatory aspects, mastering the art of proper organization and meticulous documentation of board meetings isn't just important—it's absolutely paramount.

During this training session, you will experience different simulations and hands-on exercises practising the skills of minute taking and board meetings organisation through engaging case studies and real-life scenarios.

Training Session

Wednesday
May 15, 2024
9:00 AM

To

Wednesday
May 15, 2024
4:00 PM
Where?
Arendt House
41 Avenue John F. Kennedy
L-2082 Luxembourg
Who?
Speakers

Objectives

At the end of this training programme, participants will be able to:
•    Duly convene a board meeting in full compliance with notice and quorum requirements
•    Define appropriate agenda and prepare the board packs efficiently
•    Conduct, facilitate a board meeting
•    Draft minutes and action points with the required content and the adequate language and format

Content

  • •    Key steps in organizing a board meeting
    •    How to facilitate a board meeting (best practices)
    •    Practical tips for drafting effective minutes and action points
    •    Practical cases

Speakers

Emilie Ramponi, Senior Manager Governance Services, Arendt Investor Services

Target Group

All governance professionals including company secretaries, corporate secretarial officers, Board members

Duration

6 hours

Language

English

Price

€950

 

For more information please contact us by e-mail at institute@arendt.com

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Emilie Ramponi

Emilie Ramponi, Senior Manager, is in charge of the Fund Company Secretary department at Arendt Investor Services. She is also serving as board member in sub-threshold AIFMs and private equity funds. Emilie has over 14 years’ experience in the Luxembourg investment fund industry and specializes in company secretary services and corporate governance proceedings. Before joining Arendt Investor Services in October 2016, Emilie worked at a US bank and a management company in Luxembourg where she gained a solid knowledge in complex governing structures. Emilie has a strong expertise in a broad range of regulated and unregulated structures such as traditional funds, multi-manager funds, pension fu...

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