Long term incentive plan (LTIP) definition

What does Long term incentive plan (LTIP) mean?

LTIP is an acronym for ‘long-term incentive plan’, which is a term that is commonly used among listed companies to describe an executive share incentive plan under which share-based awards are made to senior employees with a vesting period of at least three years.

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