Authorized Signatory?

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An authorized signatory is someone within a businesses' staff or members who can take responsibility for choices made for that business. Becoming a signatory generally specifies that the person can sign contracts on behalf of the business. Examples of authorized signatories might include CEOs, presidents, or financial officers.
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