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OK. Having thought about my recent posts, it got me thinking.
It is obvious that, no matter the reasoning, funders are in general looking for some kind of assurance that their grant/loan etc. will be put to good use. Thus the requirement for 2 or 3 unrelated directors or, as mentioned in my last posting, co-signers of a cheque book, that quite frankly will never see it's way out of the drawer.
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