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Becoming a Non-Executive Director

Board composition is the subject of much debate throughout the world, while the role of the non-executive or independent director is becoming more onerous. Boards are seeking greater diversity among directors and are considering a broader pool of candidates.

In this article, we hope to throw some light on what board work entails and the steps involved in getting a suitable non-executive directorship for the first time, be it as a unitary or a supervisory board director. Whether you are a sitting executive wanting to broaden your career development or someone who is retiring and looking to develop a portfolio life, this should serve as both practical and inspiring.

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