control person

Control person

Control Person

An important person in a corporation. Control persons include senior managers, members of the board of directors, and officers such as the CEO and CFO. Control persons are able to use both their authority and their influence to make decisions on the corporation's activities. A control person is also called an affiliated person.

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He was employed as a production control person for 33 years for Coppus Engineering before retiring in 1998.
Boyd Craig is a control person of Craig Wireless and has beneficial ownership of more than 10 percent of the issued and outstanding subordinate voting shares and multiple voting shares of the company.
The licence will be provided in four categories including senior authorized electrical person, authorised electrical person, competent electrical person, and control person.
Fowler will serve as the new ownership group's control person.
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Atanasov thus alleged that Siderov may be dependent on people from notorious communist Secret Services, which would disqualify him as a control person for the present-day Security Agency.
Comastro worked as a pressman for Multigraphics and as a quality control person and plant manager for Lawter International.
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In Parmalat, the court viewed control person liability as analogous to "agency" and concluded that Grant Thornton International controlled Grant Thornton Italy and that Deloitte International controlled Deloitte Italy.
The process involves completing a questionnaire directed to a designated control person at each plant location.
Gravelle says an added bonus to the RSU is that it is a technological advance without losing jobs, as a traffic control person is still required to operate the device.