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Directors need limits to how many boards they sit on. Stretching their time too thinly is risky

By Rehana Cassim, Professor in Company Law, University of South Africa
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Experienced directors of companies are in high demand in countries around the world. For this reason, many hold multiple directorships.

There’s an upside to this. Directors with multiple directorships are able to gain more knowledge, experience and access to social networks and resources, thus adding more value to the company.

But there’s also a downside. When directors sit on too many…The Conversation

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