Companies Act 2014
165. (1) Any director (the “appointer”) of a company may from time to time appoint any other director of it or, with the approval of a majority of its directors, any other person to be an alternate director (the “appointee”) as respects him or her.
(2) Only one person may stand appointed at a particular time to be an alternate director as respects a particular director.
(3) The appointee, while he or she holds office as an alternate director, shall be entitled—
(a) to notice of meetings of the directors of the company,
(b) to attend at such meetings as a director, and
(c) in place of the appointer, to vote at such meetings as a director,
but shall not be entitled to be remunerated otherwise than out of the remuneration of the appointer.
(4) Any appointment under this section shall be effected by notice in writing given by the appointer to the company.
(5) Any appointment so made may be revoked at any time by the appointer or by a majority of the other directors or by the company in general meeting.
(6) Revocation of such an appointment by the appointer shall be effected by notice in writing given by the appointer to the company.