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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Nonexecutive director Sharon Brown stepped down at the same time.
Edinburgh-based IT and telecoms consultancy Farrpoint has appointed Leith Agency founder John Denholm, as a nonexecutive director.
The NHS could save PS300m a year by 2021 by avoiding unnecessary ambulance use and caring for patients closer to home, according to a review by Lord Carter of Coles, a nonexecutive director at NHS Improvement.
He had previously been a nonexecutive director of the company.
DuluxGroup has announced the appointment of Graeme Liebelt as a nonexecutive director. Liebelt has significant board experience including 19 years on ASX listed company boards, and substantial non-listed and not-for-profit board activity.
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.