What is a Fiduciary Duty?
A fiduciary duty is a board of directors' responsibility
and commitment to uphold the unique interests of a business, organization, or entity. If an individual breaks his or her fiduciary duties, his or her beneficiaries are entitled to damages lost as a result of the fiduciaries' oversight or neglect.
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