What is SINGLE BOARD SYSTEM?

A corporation that is overseen by one board of directors consisting of 10 to 30 members guided by a chairman (possibly the CEO) who are nominated by internal sources and elected at an annual general meeting by shareholders. Refer to dual board system.

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