Board reserved powers

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Board reserved powers are matters which are dealt with only by the main board of directors of an organisation, and are not delegated.

They are generally set out in a formal schedule.


The UK Corporate Governance Code requires use of such a formal schedule, together with an appropriate summary statement in the annual report.


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