non-executive director


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non-executive director

A member of the public appointed to the board of an NHS (UK) Trust who represents both the community and patients, by sharing their experiences, views and wishes with the Trust board, and the interests of the NHS organisation to the community.
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For Alastair Waite: "One of the key differences between the executive and non-executive director is that the non-executive must be fiercely independent in expressing their views.
However, I act for a number of individuals who have portfolio or plural careers as non-executive directors.
The process for identifying who should succeed Robert as non-Executive Chairman was led by independent non-Executive Director, Katie Bickerstaffe.
The eight non-executive directors on the board covering Kirklees, Calderdale and Wakefield District Primary Care Trusts, will receive pounds 7,882 per year.
The non-executive director should be willing to walk away from the company if they do not believe that their voice is being heard.
Norman Murray and Roxanne Decyk will be appointed as independent non-executive directors on March 1, 2011.
Instead of focusing on rules, non-executive directors would like shareholders to help come up with solutions.
CHIEF EXECUTIVE ADAM APPLEGARTH; DEPUTY CHIEF EXECUTIVE DAVID BAKER; TREASURY DIRECTOR KEITH CURRIE; NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR ADAM FENWICK; SENIOR INDEPENDENT DIRECTOR SIR IAN GIBSON; GROUP FINANCE DIRECTOR DAVE JONES; COMMERICAL DIRECTOR ANDY KUIPERS; NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR NICHOLA PEASE; NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR MICHAEL QUEEN; NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR ROSEMARY RADCLIFFE; NON-EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR SIR DEREK WANLESS
The report found that a quarter of companies actively encourage their non-executive directors to take up positions on other boards while only one in 10 discourage this.
A LIVERPOOL law firm has launched a product designed to protect non-executive directors in the wake of the Equitable Life scandal and changes to the law.
and a non-executive director of London-based Tate and Lyle PLC.
The failure to offer former directors leniency means that a non-executive director who resigns from a firm could face disqualification if their former company is later investigated for breaching competition law, even though the current board maybe immune.