directorship


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the position of a director of a business concern

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Before accepting an additional board position, a director should consider whether the acceptance of a new directorship will compromise the ability to perform present responsibilities.
Our research suggests that only around a quarter of chief executives and executive chairmen hold a non-executive position in another FTSE 100 company and in the majority of cases will hold only one other directorship.
Indicative of the trend toward more women directors on boards, a third of these boards have introduced and/or added women directorships in just the last five years.
I'm extremely honored to be recognized as one of the esteemed boardroom leaders of the Directorship 100," said Ferracone.
and PwC, the NACD Directorship 2020 initiative studies the global forces that are expected to influence corporate strategy over the long term and enables directors to draw on the components of effective board leadership to help lead their management teams not only in anticipating the associated risks but also in capitalizing on the opportunities such disruptive forces can create.
The Boston Ballet toured extensively in the early 1980s under the directorship of founder E.
In their report, the committee's MPs found Mrs Gorman had failed to register her directorship of Banta Ltd between 1991 and 1993, and her shareholding in the same firm between 1989 and 1996.
WASHINGTON, March 24, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The need for corporate directors to think like emerging market investors was a key message at the National Association of Corporate Directors (NACD)'s recent NACD Directorship 2020 forum, held on March 3 in New York City.
As his career took him to the artistic directorship of The Royal Ballet--a post he relinquishes this fall to a former ABT colleague, Ross Stretton--something of Ballet Theatre obviously remained with him, as he took both Makarova's version of La Bayadere and Baryshnikov's Version of Don Quixote into The Royal Ballet repertoire.
Bernstein has been named to the 2010 Directorship 100, an esteemed list of the most influential people in corporate governance and the boardroom.
Applicants for the public interest directorship must have more than four years experience representing consumer or community interests in banking services, credit needs, housing, or consumer financial protections.
First the company announced that Stevenson would remain on as artist-in-residence, but then it was decided that he would share co-artistic directorship duties with Trinidad Vives, assistant to the artistic director since 1998.
A sixth directorship for Midlands Community Radio Ltd was listed in accounts of Mr Robinson's engineering company Transtec.
PHILADELPHIA -- Irv Becker, National Practice Leader for Executive Compensation, and Beverly Behan, Managing Director of the Board Effectiveness Practice at Hay Group were both named to the 2008 Directorship 100, a list published by Directorship magazine recognizing the most influential people that are shaping agendas and corporate governance issues in boardrooms across America.
Three union representatives wrote an official letter to the board asking that Fracci follow La Scala's usual policy for artistic directors: give up dancing in favor of directorship.
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