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Synonyms for board of directors

a group of persons chosen to govern the affairs of a corporation or other large institution

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As a company director, your company is not legally required, although may choose, to fund your defence costs.
Commenting on the disqualification, Robert Clarke, Investigations Group Leader at the Insolvency Service said: Company directors should be under no illusion that it is a serious offence for a person to act as company director whilst undischarged from bankruptcy.
The company's partner, board member or company director provided confidential information or incorrect data relating to the company's capital.
Lake, of Thornton-Cleveleys, faces one charge as an individual and a second, identical, charge as a company director.
But the shamed politician has now been disqualified from acting as a company director for 14 years by Manchester High Court.
Mr Ridsdale, 60, of Carnforth in Lancashire, who was chairman of the Bluebirds from 2006 until 2010, has given an undertaking to Business Secretary Vince Cable which bars him from acting as a company director and from managing or in any way controlling a company.
Mulholland, who was disqualified from being a company director for 14 years in November 2006 after another investigation by the Insolvency Service, was found guilty of stealing pounds 121,425 from BI Industries (Holdings) Ltd, where he was sole director, at Wolverhampton Crown Court earlier this year.
Does a company director or officer still have D & O insurance coverage after leaving the company?
Doing so, says Carlos DeVries, company director and general manager for Latin America at PalmOne, makes his company competitive.
Fortunately, I was still dancing with New York City Ballet, which allowed me to pay for school, dance, and eventually make a smooth transition--thanks to the support of the company director, Peter Martins.
No matter what the size of an organisation, the onus is on the company director to develop and sustain a legal software environment.
Walker, a company director since January 1999, was named interim chairman by the board, and DCH President and CEO John Donohue was named vice chairman.
A new book, The Company Director's Guide, published last month by the IOD, aims to rectify these concerns by explaining the role, duties, responsibilities and potential liabilities of company directors, to help them avoid any possible pitfalls.
The scholarships are being offered for the Company Director Course (CDC) and the Foundations of Directorship.
MORE people searched online for Save Britain Money chief executive Nev Wilshire than any other company director in 2013, according to the latest analysis by Creditsafe.