further additional commission a special extra commission which is above all other commissions.
Related definitions of "override"
- Also called overriding commission
vulnerability to management override and potential schemes to circumvent existing control activities, which may require additional compensating control activities.”2
By Gail Harden
Budgeting is about responsible money management. The overriding purpose of a budget is to stop overspending, which can be done by monitoring cash flow, and to prevent any existing or future debt from becoming an unmanageable mess. Good budgeting ensures that a company’s cash flow is monitored and assessed regularly, that funds are available for payments out, and expansion, and that the business does not spend beyond its capabilities.
M&A is still regarded by many decision makers as an exclusively rational, financial, and strategic activity, and not as a human collaboration. Financial and strategic considerations, along with price and availability, therefore dominate target selection, overriding the soft issues such as people
By Susan Cartwright
Over the past decade, it has seemed that big banks have only gotten bigger. This is down to a variety of factors—from mergers and acquisitions through to technological leverage—but the most overriding factor has been the impact of globalization. As corporations and organizations have created global
By Chris Skinner
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