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Should non-executive directors own shares?

Question has popped up at AGMs and the answer is not a straightforward one. By ANNABELLE YIP

SHOULD a non-executive director (NED) of a listed company hold shares in that company? This question comes up regularly at Annual General Meetings (AGMs) and the answer is not straightforward. Yes, they should: In Singapore , Guideline 8.3 of the Code of Corporate Governance (

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