Who is nominee directors?

A nominee director of a company is appointed to ensure that the affairs of the company are conducted as dictated by the law governing company and to ensure good corporate governance. A nominee director represents a law governing company and he ensures the interests of the company he represents.

Nominee directors don't have much active role in a company. The nominee director would normally charge for the services of putting his name to an organization. Nominee directors share the same level of responsibilities as do normal directors.