control person

control person
In securities law, a person who has actual power or influence over an issuer. Kersh v. General Council of Assemblies of God, C.A.Cal., 804 F.2d 546, 548.
One who formulates and directs corporate policy or who is deeply involved in the important business affairs of a corporation. State ex rel. McLeod v. C & L Corp., Inc., App., 280 S.C. 519, 313 S.E.2d 334, 341.
Sales of securities by control persons are subject to many of the requirements applicable to the sale of securities directly by the issuer

Black's law dictionary. . 1990.

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