- Date:04 Jan 2011
- Type:Director Q&A
The boards of larger organisations often establish committees of directors to deal with complex or specialised issues and to use directors’ time more efficiently. Committees make recommendations for action to the full board, which retains collective responsibility for decision making. This Q&A describes the role of audit, remuneration and nomination committees as well as some legal issues faced by board committees.
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