control person

Control person

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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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control person

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The first action would seek amendments to FINRA's Membership Application Program rules and require a member firm to seek a "materiality consultation" with FINRA if the member is not otherwise required to file a continuing membership application and: (1) a broker with certain specified risk events seeks to become an owner, control person or principal of the member; or (2) the member seeks to add a broker with certain specified risk events to the firm.
All resolutions of the annual general meeting passed with more than 99% voting shareholder approval, including election of directors, appointment of MNP LLP as auditors, settlement of accrued officer compensation, creation of new control person, approval of stock option plan, and amendment to the company's articles.
* Control person liability (broadly construed), which applies even in the absence of fraud or negligence by key officials and places a burden on the officials to prove that they acted in good faith and did not induce an issuers' fraud.
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The control person liability of a CFO is similar to that of a CPA in public practice.
(40) Even when there is not a control person, financial institutions will still be required to identify one.
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