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Esops : Their Role in Corporate Finance and Performance - Nicholas Wilson

Esops

Their Role in Corporate Finance and Performance

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Published: 18th June 1992
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This reference guide looks at ESOPs, seen primarily as a method of improving corporate results through motivating employees, but which also has a role in corporate finance as a provider of capital in a highly tax efficient manner. Multinationals wishing to spread shares internationally and quoted companies wanting to capture equity for share incentives can successfully utilize an ESOP scheme and it is therefore anticipated that implementation of such schemes will follow the pattern of the US and will become a familiar tool of corporate finance. The legal and accounting ramifications are explored in this book. This text provides a reference source for the Chief Executive, Treasurer, and executive officers in medium to large companies in the UK but will also be of relevance to their banking, legal and tax advisors. The author is currently a member of the Centre for Economic Performance (LSE) and the Centre for Business Strategy (LBS) and is currently working on a large scale survey of employee ownership in the UK.

Employee Ownership: ESOPs in Context - ESOPs in Multinational Europe - ESOPs in Europe - Employee Share Ownership Plans: Legal Complexities Unravelled - ESOPs: Public Versus Private Companies - Taxation and Accounting for ESOPs - Financing ESOPs: The Company's Perspective, The Bank's Perspective - ESOPs in the UK: A Survey - ESOPs in 'People Businesses' - Employee Buyouts - ESOPs and Cooperative Enterprises: The Employee Common Ownership Plan - ESOPs and Corporate Performance: Evidence from the USA, Japan and Britain - ESOPs and Employee Relations - Case Histories: ESOPs and Privatisation, the PLC, the Management Buyout Scenario, Succession in Private Companies, Common Ownership

ISBN: 9780333576182
ISBN-10: 0333576187
Series: Finance and Capital Markets
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 270
Published: 18th June 1992
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 23.39 x 15.6  x 1.52
Weight (kg): 0.4
Edition Number: 13