UK Accounting Glossary
The person who chairs the meetings of the board of directors of a company (preferably not the chief executive).
A chairman is an executive elected by a company’s board of directors who is responsible for presiding over board or committee meetings. A chairman usually sets the boards agenda and typically has significant sway as to how the board votes.
The chairman has designated him as his successor.
The chairman expressed the opinion that job losses were inevitable but necessary.
The chairman made a few controversial remarks on the subject.
At the meeting the chairman spoke for over an hour on the topic of globalisation.
The chairman has the right to veto any of the board’s proposals.
The chairman arose and declared the meeting open.
Kindly address your concerns to the chairman, rather than directly to other representatives at this meeting.
The dismissals were followed by the resignation of the chairman.
The chairman excused himself and left.
A chairwoman may be addressed as Madam Chairman.
He presided himself as chairman of the department.
The local party supported her nomination for the post of chairman.
As a result of public backlash he has withdrawn his nomination for chairman.
Richards has been appointed as the chairman of the education committee.
They now have to account to the chairman for all the money they’ve spent.
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This glossary post was last updated: 23rd December 2018.