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Farming directorships: A due diligence guide

This guide helps prospective independent directors of farming companies undertake due diligence and decide whether to join the board.

By Institute of Directors & NZ Diary
1 Apr 2016
Looking down at a drone flying over crops

Demand is increasing for independent and non-executive directors to join farming company boards.

Joining the board of any organisation requires time, effort, and professionalism. The role involves legal duties and other responsibilities.

This guide gives prospective independent directors questions to help them understand the nature of the business, undertake due diligence and decide whether to join a farming company board.

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