Should I become a director, do I need a board and what are my statutory responsibilities in both cases?
A board position is a positive career step in many ways. For some, it is the ability to take greater control and seize opportunities, while for others it may be a question of status. In practice, a director’s responsibilities and potential liabilities are a significant counterweight and can often be overlooked. The following resources will allow you to understand a director’s legal duties and the risks of something going wrong, so you can either become a board director yourself or hire one (or a whole team) for your own business.
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