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I wrote next a letter of thanks to my two trustees, with all the acknowledgment that so much justice and honesty called for: as for sending them any present, they were far above having any occasion of it.
A recent survey of professional trustees conducted by Eversheds Sutherland, has overwhelmingly concluded (71%) that a professional body is now required to set standards and oversee the performance of professional trustees.
The interim trustees appointment is terminated upon the election or designation of a permanent trustee.
WHEN THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES CONVENES TO make decisions that affect an entire institution, it would seem only fair that all constituents should have some input in the decision-making process.
The Appraisal Foundation is in the midst of its annual search for qualified candidates to serve on the Board of Trustees, the Appraiser Qualifications Board (AQB) and the Appraisal Standards Board (ASB).
Antelope Valley High and two other schools were assigned trustees, who will have authority to overrule administrators' decisions.
Today's hospital board of trustees faces unprecedented challenges in the areas of quality, care delivery, financing, physician relations and information technology.
If so, the 65-day election presents significant new opportunities for trustees who exercise the power to adjust or who have the authority to make discretionary principal distributions and the authority they need over capital gain.
gives trustees the power to "adjust" the allocation of total return on trust assets between income and principal (CPC Sec.
As a result, the UK pensions regulator is insisting that, as long as underfunding persists, pension plan trustees act as unsecured creditors in negotiating funding with their sponsoring employers.