Bank Advisory Committee(redirected from Bank Advisory Committees)
Bank Advisory Committee
A board that provides expertise and other advice to a bank's board of directors. It may consist of former executives and other people deemed to have special knowledge of the bank or the banking sector. The board of directors may consult with an advisory committee on important matters. The advisory committee does not decide the matter, but may represent a broader spectrum of interests than the board of directors itself.
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