An alternate director is a person who is appointed to attend a board meeting in the place of another director who is unable to attend. The alternate director has the same powers that the principal director would have had if they had attended.
Simply put, your nominee director must only act on your behalf and cannot take any decisions independently. If this occurs, a breach in the contract agreement will arise, and the nominee director may face legal action.
Board committees represent an essential part of the corporate governance process and should have clear reporting procedures and scope. Board committees must have more than simply vague objectives, and committee meetings should be well controlled.