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joewilliamsebs

Re: dura lex sed lex and caveat emptor

Absolutely no requirement to own shares, although they often do.

Directors are appointed by Shareholders to run the Company on their behalf. Owning shares clearly provides an incentive to perform, but it's perfectly possible to be a Director, registered as such as Companies House, without owning any shares.

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