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Structure of an LTIP
Practice notes

This Practice Note introduces the types of awards that may be granted under a long-term incentive plan (LTIP), the constraints on LTIP provisions, the principal documentation and the types of key provisions commonly seen in an LTIP.

Subscription agreement—first time issuer's guide
Practice notes

This Practice Note provides information and practical guidance on English law subscription agreements to lawyers advising first time issuers of debt securities and covers: (1) what a subscription agreement is (2) who signs a subscription agreement and when (3) the key terms found in a subscription agreement (4) the key areas of negotiation in a subscription agreement and (5) how and when amendments may be made to a subscription agreement

The necessity and design of UK sub-plans to foreign share option plans
Practice notes

This Practice Note examines the circumstances in which an overseas company should implement a UK specific sub-plan for option grants to its UK employees. The design and common provisions for a sub-plan are considered, as well as the different approaches to be used depending upon whether the UK option grants are intended to receive tax favourable status.

What is a long-term incentive plan?
Practice notes

This Practice Note introduces the concept of a long-term incentive plan (LTIP). It introduces the types of awards typically granted pursuant to an LTIP and typical conditions attaching to such awards. Finally the Practice Note highlights the main distinction between UK and US LTIPs and explains why employee benefit trusts are often used to facilitate the administration of LTIPs.

When is a prospectus needed for an offer to employees?
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This Practice Note explores the circumstances in which a company would need to publish a prospectus in the UK when implementing an employee share plan in the UK, the position with respect to various types of employee share awards and share options and the exemptions that may be available.

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