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I'm Chief Executive of a member organisation who are the shareholders of the company. We have a subsidiary company we tried to sell due to poor performance but this failed.One of our non-exec board] stepped in and has offered to buy the company. Our board of directors has unanimously accepted the offer. The question is...as it is an incumbent director making the purchase is there any requirement of the board to seek shareholder agreement before allowing the deal to go ahead? Paul XXXX
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