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Board of Trustees

A body elected or appointed to govern a nonprofit organization. It establishes general policies for the organization, manages its finances and hires/fires major executives. A board of trustees is usually a self-perpetuating body.
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A statement said: "The trustee board has concluded that, following the proposed changes, the company will be providing pension benefits which compare favourably with those available to employees of many other companies that have moved wholly to defined contribution provision.
Nick Colbourne, who was on the trustee board for the Association of Voluntary Organisations (Avow) in Wrexham has resigned.
Make the world your classroom," he says,recommending activities such as volunteering at local businesses, attending your church's trustee board meetings, and taking business classes, Here are some additional tips from Hardman on how to successfully develop any business:
The controversial order are preparing to shift responsibility for maintaining their 70 secondary schools to a trustee board.
Lewent is a member of the Board of Directors of Motorola and Quaker Oats, a Trustee of the Rockefeller Family Trust, a member of the MIT Corporation, and a member of the University of Pennsylvania Health System Trustee Board.
ySTANBUL (CyHAN)- An Ankara prosecutor who asked the Ankara Fifth Court of Criminal Peace to appoint a trustee board to take over the management of Koza ypek Holding has apparently mistaken a money laundering scheme referred to as the Smurfs Village method for an actual neighborhood in Turkey's capital where some of the holding's subsidiaries are supposedly based.
The master trust will be governed by an independent trustee board which is to be chaired by Donald Brydon CBE.
IPT functions under the direction of its trustee board, which is composed of state securities regulators and/or their designees.
The Toma Fund is looking to recruit experienced and interested members of the public from the region to join the trustee board to help with the running of the charity.
She is delighted to have been appointed to the post, as she wanted to retain her contact with the charity on retiring from heading up the trustee board.