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Striking a winning balance: The board composition of AIM-listed companies

The unique particulars of the AIM market mean that the boards of those companies listed on it have a different set of requirements. In this Criticaleye Community Article Neil Matthews, Ian Denley, David Pearson, John Allbrook and David Baynes, offer their thoughts on the ideal board composition of AIM-listed companies.
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