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who acts as a
board of directors
of a firm,
on behalf of
another person or firm such as an
. Also, a
who lends his or her name to a non-resident as a
firm in that haven. Typically there is no shareholding requirement for the nominee director but, if the bylaws of a firm impose a
, he or she must
them within the specified
. Some jurisdictions allow a firm to be named as a nominee director of another firm. Also called
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