Executive share plans in Russia and the CIS
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.
There is a growing demand in Russia for employers to establish employee benefit schemes for their employees. There has been an increasing trend to establish cash and share plans in the form of trusts following an increasing awareness of the benefits that trust-based products offer.
This briefing highlights the benefits of trust-based share plans and shows how schemes can be tailored to meet employer- or country-specific requirements…
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