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English definition of “director's interest”

director's interest

noun [C, usually plural]
 
 
( plural director's interests or directors' interests)
a situation in which a company director receives money or some other advantage from a deal, contract, etc.: The Training and Enterprise Council is making itself more open, producing annual accounts that are available to the public, and a register of directors' interests.
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