Update: employee ownership
By Nina Smith
Employee ownership is a topic that remains high on the government’s agenda.
Arendt & Medernach reported previously on the Nuttall Review of Employee Ownership and the government’s proposals to remove some of the regulatory restrictions on private companies buying back their shares, particularly where the shares form part of an employees’ share scheme.
The government has pressed ahead with its proposed measures in support of employee ownership, with the introduction of changes to the share buy-back regime, the publication of example documents for an employee ownership model and proposals for new tax incentives…
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