Executive share plans: guide to executive share plans to motivate a broad range of employees
Effective share-based incentive plans should be designed to align the activities of executives and senior employees with the requirements of the company’s shareholders and meet their expectations with regard to quantum and corporate performance. Share plans should also be designed to benefit from any tax advantages available to the employing company and employees.
Employers need to be aware of what products are in the marketplace and have access to experienced advisers, administrators and trustees to actively manage the risks and rewards associated with the setup and ongoing operation of share plans.
This guide highlights the variety of share plans in the market and illustrates the way in which these can be tailored to meet specific requirements as needed…
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