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Each director must consider himself as representing all shareholders and must act accordingly. The Board must avoid having representatives of specific groups or interests within its membership and must not allow itself to become a battleground of vested interests. If the company has a controllerG (or a group of controllersG acting in concert), the latter must recognise its or their specific responsibility to the other shareholders, which is direct and is separate from that of the Board of directors.

January 2011
(1 Version)
Jan 1 2011 onwards
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