nonexecutive director


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nonexecutive director

n
(Commerce) a director of a commercial company who is not a full-time member of the company but is brought in to advise the other directors
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He left Standard Life in 2016 and in June 2017 joined the board of Marketing Edinburgh as a nonexecutive director.
He retired as an executive in 2006, but continued as a nonexecutive director.
He had previously been a nonexecutive director of the company.
DuluxGroup has announced the appointment of Graeme Liebelt as a nonexecutive director.
She joined the board as a nonexecutive director in 2013 and chairs its audit committee.
The takeover provides Sam Weller with a succession plan for the retiring directors, one of whom, Anthony Weller will join the board of SDCE as a nonexecutive director.
Steve Hatch, who is regional director of Facebook UK and Ireland, is to join the board as a nonexecutive director, serving on the audit, remuneration and nomination committees.
The appointment of a second independent nonexecutive director to the SFA board was a governance recommendation from the McLeish Review of Scottish Football.
The 54-year-old, who is is a nonexecutive director of Birmingham choir Ex Cathedra, will also advise businesses and charities on commercial contracts and funding agreements, working with partner and corporate finance specialist, Peter Copsey.
Kei Perenna Hoi Ting, daughter of Ji Haipeng, chairman and CEO of Chinese real estate developer Logan Property, is a nonexecutive director of the firm and holds 85% stakes in it worth $1.
John McCartin, a nonexecutive director, said "supportive noises" from Mr Quinn proved "crucial" in landing the deal.
Stefano Pessina, executive chairman of Alliance Boots, continues as nonexecutive director of Galenica, while Etienne Jornod, executive chairman of Galenica, stays as a nonexecutive director of Alliance Boots.