Executive Directors definition

Executive Directors means the Wholetime Director and the Managing Director of the Company;
Executive Directors means collectively, the Executive Director of the British Columbia Securities Commission and the Executive Director of the Alberta Securities Commission;

Examples of Executive Directors in a sentence

  • The Board of Directors of the Company is duly constituted with proper balance of Executive Directors, Non-Executive Directors and Independent Directors.

  • We further report that: The Board of Directors of the Company is duly constituted with proper balance of Executive Directors, Non-Executive Directors and Independent Directors.

  • Domestically, PII records are collected voluntarily from the SAFE End Users and validated by the Bureau Executive Directors.

  • In its Report to the Board, the Panel found the Request eligible and recommended that the Executive Directors authorize an investigation.

  • Domestically, Executive Directors validate their bureau personnel, often providing corrections to personnel that have moved to another Bureau or are no longer employed by the Department.


More Definitions of Executive Directors

Executive Directors the executive Directors, namely Mr. KUOK Khoon Hua, Mr. MA Wing Kai William, Mr. CHEUNG Ping Chuen Vicky and Mr. NG Kin Hang “Final Closing Datethe date which is the 14th day after (i) the date on which the Partial Offer is declared unconditional as to acceptances or
Executive Directors means Managing Directors and Whole Time Directors
Executive Directors means those directors appointed by the Company to have day-to-day control over and responsibility for the management and running of the Company.
Executive Directors means members of the Board who are employees of any entity within the HSBC Group.
Executive Directors means the executive directors of Care UK Health & Social Care Investments Limited;
Executive Directors means those Officers who report directly to the Chief Executive and are designated by him/her as Directors