Employee share schemes 2013

Approaches to incentivizing employees by listed entities and SMEs using employee share plans

Source: New South Wales

Published Date: 23 Oct 2013


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This paper covers:

  • what are the most common type of plans? i.e. outright buy shares at a discount, offer options, buy shares atmarket value with favourable loan, performance rights
  • why offer one type over another?
  • are we still using them and why or why not?
  • a brief coverage of Div 7A and FBT
  • is there a specific type of plan for different industries or business cycles
  • what are some of these vanilla plans
  • why go down the route of this plan versus another
  • how do the numbers stack up?
  • what are the advantages and disadvantages
  • would you recommend the different plans be in individuals, trust or SMSF name, why or why not?
  • is it still worth offering any of these plans?

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Approaches to incenitivising employees by listed entities and SMEs using employee share plans

Author(s): Rob Basker ATI , Sandra Buth CTA


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