Who makes up a company’s board?
A company’s board is made up of a group of individuals known as directors that are selected by the shareholders to be in charge of making decisions that affect the company.
This is why a company’s board is often referred to as board of directors.
The Companies and Allied Matters Act (CAMA) defines directors as persons duly appointed by the company to direct and manage the business of the company.
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