Joint Share Ownership Plan

Joint Share Ownership Plan (JSOP) definition

/dʒɔɪnt/ /ʃɛː/ /ˈəʊnəʃɪp/ /plan/

What does Joint Share Ownership Plan mean?

Joint share ownership plans (JSOPs) also sometimes referred to as a ‘joint ownership agreement' (JOA). This is a type of employee share incentive plan under which the employee participant owns shares jointly with a third party, which is typically the trustee of an employee benefit trust (EBT).

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