company secretary


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company secretary

n
(Law) Brit an officer of an incorporated company who has certain legal obligations
Translations

company secretary

n (Brit) (Comm) → segretario/a generale
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TRUSTED: New WRU company secretary Gareth Williams with Roger Lewis, left, and David Pickering
Featuring renowned international speakers, the workshop provided practical information on the core duties and responsibilities of the Company Secretary and the essential role that the Secretary plays in advancing corporate governance within the Board Room.
Jonathan Lloyd, deputy company secretary, will replace her as company secretary.
Within months, the Weatherbys company secretary had whisked her to Mauritius, for a holiday which naturally included a day's racing at the famous Champ de Mars.
Hong Xing has tendered his resignation as an Executive Director, Vice Chairman, Executive Vice President, Company Secretary and authorized representative of the Company effective 20th June, 2005.
Added Klea, the former company secretary, ``I'm excited, because the truth finally came out.
Mike replies: Every company must have a company secretary.
Reporting directly to the Chief Executive Officer, Ms Freeman will also be assisting in the development of corporate strategies and serving as a Company Secretary to the Board of Directors.
A Company Secretary could either get a government job in accounts or law departments or could get attached to a corporate sector and even rise to the post of Chairman or Managing Director or even be a member of the Board of Directors in the private sector.
The Company also wishes to announce that Mr Gavan Farley has resigned as a Company Secretary.
She joined the Birmingham-based health insurer and employee benefits company in 2005 as assistant company secretary to the group and became company secretary in 2008.
Roger Dickinson has been a chief executive, director, company secretary and lawyer for over 20 years working in a number of sectors - electronics, utility, engineering, life sciences and innovation investment.