An executive can be another LLC or a business unless your state imposes restrictions on the types of businesses that can be executives of an LLC. The Delaware-owned Corporate LLC used a board of directors from Obeid, La Mack and Massaro until July 2014, when La Mack and Massaro retired Obeid. As for the LLC managers, Obeid, La Mack and Massaro served as managers. There are also a large number of implicit and explicit consequences if one decides to become a manager-manager LLC and then use a board. For example, where an LLC has multiple managers, most articles of association provide that any manager acting individually is an agent on behalf of the LLC and may bind it to normally pending transactions (see, for example.B. KRS § 275.135 (2) (b)). . . .