Outside Director Law and Legal Definition
Outside director is a nonemployee director with little or no direct interest in the corporation. S/he is a person elected by shareholders to a corporation's board of directors who is not affiliated with the company in any other capacity. Outside director is not an employee of a corporation and has no operational responsibilities within the corporation.
An outside director is also termed as affiliated director.
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