The ICSA Employee Share Schemes Handbook provides detailed and accurate information and guidance on implementing employee share ownership schemes. Comprehensive coverage of the range of employee share schemes that can be introduced, highlighting the differences between them is contained throughout. The handbook also provides clear and practical guidance on recent Government initiatives introduced through the Finance Act 2000 such as the Share Incentive Plan and the Enterprise Management Incentives. The ICSA Employee Share Schemes Handbook will: Guide you through the evaluation of deciding on the most appropriate scheme for your business; Help you to understand the implications of your choice of scheme; Show you how to comply with the statutory and regulatory requirements; Written in a clear, practical style, this book is an invaluable resource for company directors, company secretaries, senior managers and lawyers as they seek to gain an insight into the subject of share ownership and the potential for business. The book will also be of great value to employee share scheme and benefits administrators who require a comprehensive treatment of the subject. Comprehensive coverage of the range of schemes available; Full guidance on the underlying legal and tax treatment; Case studies and illustrative examples highlight best practice and possible pitfalls; Pro forma documents and diagrams; Includes a glossary of key termsÜber den Autor:
David Craddock is an independent consultant specialising in employee share ownership and reward management. Following a successful corporate career in which he established numerous employee share schemes worldwide, he founded his own consultancy services company, David Craddock Consultancy Services, where he has developed a varied clientele ranging from major public limited companies to small and medium-sized private concerns. He is a regular speaker at conferences and seminars all over the world and a recognized authority on the subject.
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