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Can a Director Serve Two Masters?

Exploring the Unique Characteristics of the Governance of Investment Funds versus Companies

 

ABIAL and ILCC are delighted to invite you to this event on

Tuesday December 10th at 18:30

at
Chambre de Commerce Luxembourg

 

 

Presented by Dr Margaret Cullen

CEO and Academic Director

Certified Investment Fund Director Institute

 

Fee of EUR 20 for non-members paid in advance to:

ABIAL

IBAN: LU56 0024 1398 5698 8300

BIC  BILLLULL

Mentioning the name of the person and the date of the event


For members of the ILCC the event is included in your annual subscription.

Fees include refreshments after the presentation, and parking at the Chambre de Commerce.

Advanced registration to info@ilcc.lu.

Dr Margaret Cullen
Biography


Dr. Margaret Cullen is a specialist in the areas of corporate and investment fund governance.

Margaret holds a BA in Economics from University College Dublin, an MSc in Investment and Treasury from Dublin City University and a PhD in corporate governance from University College Dublin. Her doctoral research explored the role and effectiveness of boards of directors in investment fund governance.

Prior to completing her doctoral research, Margaret worked for 12 years in the investment fund industry.
Margaret is CEO and Academic Director of the Certified Investment Fund Director Institute (CIFDI), a specialist institute of the Institute of Banking (IoB) which focuses on raising professional standards in investment fund governance through its flagship Certified Investment Fund Director Programme and the on-going professional development of CIFDI members.

Margaret also lectures on bank governance on the IoB’s Certified Bank Director Programme. She is an assistant professor at the UCD Centre of Corporate Governance, lecturing on the Professional Diploma in Corporate Governance in the areas of executive remuneration and behavioural aspects of boards.

Margaret serves as a non-executive director on the boards of several financial services organisations. She is a member of the Advisory Committee of the Fund Boards Council in the UK.