Managing Directors definition

Managing Directors means Mrs Maria Chr. van der Sluijs-Plantz, Mrs Thérèse F.C. Wijnen and Mr Hubertus P.C. Mourits or such other person(s) who may be appointed as Managing Director(s) of the Issuer from time to time.
Managing Directors means Directors who are not Independent Directors. If at any time the Board of Directors shall not be comprised of a majority of Independent Directors, the Board of Directors shall take such actions as will cure such condition, including increasing the size of the Board of Directors and electing one or more Independent Directors; provided that the fact that the Board of Directors does not have a majority of Independent Directors at any time or from time to time shall not affect the validity of any action taken by the Board of Directors.
Managing Directors the collective reference to each of the managing directors of Holdings, the Company, LFCM Holdings LLC or any of their respective controlled affiliates who holds, directly or indirectly, an equity interest of Holdings or securities convertible or exchangeable into equity interests of Holdings (including without limitation Exchangeable Interests, restricted stock, restricted stock units or other issuances under Holdings’ equity incentive plan) and each trust, estate planning vehicle or other entity that holds or shall be transferred any such interest for tax or estate planning purposes.

Examples of Managing Directors in a sentence

The Debentures shall be signed in the name and on behalf of the Company by the manual or facsimile signature of its Chairman of the Board of Directors, Chief Executive Officer, Vice Chairman, President, one of its Managing Directors or one of its Executive Vice Presidents, Senior Vice Presidents or Vice Presidents.

But the exercise of all powers by the Managing Director or Managing Directors shall be subject to all such regulations and restrictions as the Directors may from time to time make and impose and the said powers may at any time be withdrawn, revoked or varied.

The Directors may from time to time entrust to and confer upon the Managing Director or Managing Directors all or any of the powers of the Directors (not including the power to borrow money or issue debentures) that they may think fit.

The officers of the Corporation elected by the Board shall be a Chief Executive Officer, a Chief Financial Officer, a Secretary and such other officers (including without limitation, a Chairman of the Board, Presidents, Vice Presidents, Partners, Managing Directors, Senior Managing Directors, Assistant Secretaries and a Treasurer) as the Board from time to time may determine.

The Directors may from time to time appoint one or more of their body to be a Managing Director or Managing Directors of the ICAV and may fix his or their remuneration.


More Definitions of Managing Directors

Managing Directors means the individuals listed on Schedule 1.2, Part II.
Managing Directors means (a) the Managing Directors of the Obligor or (b) any duly authorized committee of the Managing Directors of the Obligor.
Managing Directors means Mrs. M. Chr. Van der Sluijs-Plantz, Mrs. Th. F.C. Wijnen and Mr. H.P.C. Mourits or such other person(s) who may be appointed as Managing Director(s) of the Issuer from time to time.
Managing Directors means Th. F.C. Wijnen, M.Chr. van der Sluijs-Plantz and H.P.C. Mourits or such other person(s) who may be appointed as Managing Director(s) of the Issuer from time to time.
Managing Directors means such persons who may be appointed as such, pursuant to Bye-law 31.2;
Managing Directors means Mr. G. Kruizinga, Mr. H.S. Leijdesdorff and Mrs. S. Leijdesdorff-Perret Gentil or such other person(s) who may be appointed as Managing Director(s) of the Issuer from time to time.
Managing Directors means, with respect to the Obligor, (a) the Managing Directors of the Obligor or (b) any duly authorized committee of the Managing Directors of the Obligor.