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Management and supervisory boards in the Netherlands in brief

This booklet highlights a number of practical topics relevant to both managing directors and supervisory directors. The topics range from adoption of resolutions to division of duties, from appointment to dismissal, form a one-tier management board to representation and from liability to discharge and insurance.

This booklet highlights a number of practical topics relevant to both managing directors and supervisory directors. The topics range from adoption of resolutions to division of duties, from appointment to dismissal, form a one-tier management board to representation and from liability to discharge and insurance.

This booklet also addresses several employment-related aspects of the relationship between the company and its managing directors, the relationship between supervisory directors and the corresponding tax position for both.

Download the ePub* (e-book) or the pdf version of this book.

 

*How to use an ePub (e-book)
The ePub file (which can be read as an e-book) is particularly suitable for use on tablets like the iPad, but you can also view it on your smartphone or PC. Make sure that e-reader software, such as iBooks, Bluefire, Stanza, or Aldiko, is installed on your tablet or smartphone. If you would prefer to read the e-book on your PC, the Adobe Digital Editions program (which is free) has to be installed.



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