2005 North Carolina Code - General Statutes § 53A-45. Board of directors.
The business and affairs of a North Carolina Enterprise Corporation shall be managed and conducted by a board of directors and by such officers and agents as the corporation by its bylaws shall authorize. The initial board of directors shall be those listed in the Articles of Incorporation. At the initial shareholders meeting, and thereafter annually, the voting common stock shareholders shall elect a board of directors comprised of not less than thirteen (13) members in accordance with the following conditions:
(1) Not less than five (5) members who are employed by the North Carolina banks that invest in the common stock of the North Carolina Enterprise Corporation;
(2) Not less than five (5) members who are representatives of North Carolina savings and loans, insurance companies, utility companies, endowment funds, public investors, private businesses, private individuals, or others that invest in the common stock of the North Carolina Enterprise Corporation;
(3) Not less than two (2) members who are the representatives of appropriate public interests, which persons shall not be employed by any bank, entity, or person that owns common stock of the North Carolina Enterprise Corporation;
(4) One member who is the President or the Chief Executive Officer of the North Carolina Enterprise Corporation. (1987, Reg. Sess., 1988), c. 882, s. 1.)
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