The following Share Incentives precedent provides comprehensive and up to date legal information covering:
PART ONE—GENERAL PROVISIONS
Definitions and interpretations
means in respect of a particular Financial Year the annual bonus paid or payable to the Eligible Employee for that Financial Year as a result of the Eligible Employee’s participation in an annual cash bonus plan, scheme or arrangement operated by any member of the Group;
means in relation to the Company:
any company which has Control of the Company; and
any company which is under the Control of any company referred to in (a) above,
means a Contingent Award, a Restricted Award, a Matched Award, an Option or a Cash Award;
means the board of directors of the Company or a duly authorised committee of it, which may include the Remuneration Committee;
means a right to receive a payment in cash which has been granted or is proposed to be granted pursuant to Part Six of the Plan, which is a right to receive a cash payment which is calculated by reference to the Market Value of a number of Shares;
means a period when the Directors are prohibited from dealing in shares under the Market Abuse Regulation (Retained Regulation (EU) 596/2014) or any other regulation, legislation or code on transactions in securities which applies to the Company, including any share dealing code of the Company;
means [insert name of company] which,
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