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non-executive director


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non-executive director

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non-executive directors

TOMALIN, Michael Hardwick - non-executive Director, National Bank of Abu Dhabi, since 2013 (Group Chief Executive, 1999–2013; Executive Director, 2012–13)

GRANZIOL, Markus Johannes (born 1952), non-executive Chairman, Eurex, 2002–06 (non-executive Director, 1997–2006)

REA, Desmond (born 1937), non-executive Chairman, NIJobs.com, 2010–14; non-executive Director, Security Industry Authority, since 2013

ALEXANDER, Roger Michael (born 1942), non-executive Group Chairman, Walker Books Ltd, since 2010 (non-executive Director, 1999–2009)

PEACOCK, (William) Eric (born 1944), DL; non-executive Director, Exemplas Holdings Ltd (Chief Executive, 1996); Chief Executive, Business Link Hertfordshire, 1996–2006

STEPHENS, William Henry (1913 - 2001), non-Executive Director, General Technology Systems Ltd, 1987–89 (Senior Executive Director, 1973–87)

SWAINSON, Roy (born 1947), Executive Director, Merseyside Special Investment Fund, since 1998; non-executive Director, St Helens and Knowsley Hospitals NHS Trust, since 2006

THOMSON, Caroline (born 1954), Chair, Digital UK, since 2013 (non-executive Director, 2006–12); Executive Director, English National Ballet, since 2013

CARROLL, Terence Patrick (born 1948), author, sports journalist, consultant and non-executive director, since 2009

 

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A director of a company who is not involved in the day-to-day management of the business but who is appointed to bring independent judgment on issues of strategy, performance, resources, and standards of conduct. In the UK the Combined Code on Corporate Governance requires public listed companies to appoint non-executive directors or to explain why they have not done so. Apart from their watchdog role, such directors are often employed for their prestige, experience, contacts, or specialist knowledge.

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