Affiliated Person

DEFINITION of 'Affiliated Person'

An individual who is in a position to influence the actions of a corporation. This includes people such as directors, executives, and owners.

BREAKING DOWN 'Affiliated Person'

Depending on the context, an affiliated person might be referred to simply as an "affiliate."

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