TeachMeFinance.com - explain Dummy director
Dummy director -- One who has been elected a director to
serve temporarily (as in an interim) or to represent some one
else or to meet legal requirements.
In the organization of a new corporation (company) it is
often the case that the board of directors as at first constituted
is a dummy board which is succeeded by a real board.
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