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Employee Share Plans: International Legal and Tax Issues 2nd ed

Edited by: Paul Ellerman

ISBN13: 9781905783519
Previous Edition ISBN: 9781905783144
Published: October 2011
Publisher: Globe Law and Business
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback
Price: £140.00



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In turbulent economic times, employee share plans have remained an important part of the corporate landscape for both listed and non-listed companies. Using employee share plans can conserve cash for cash-strapped companies. In some countries tax benefits can be achieved for employees and tax savings for employers.

Many companies choose to extend their employee share incentive plans internationally, either on a discretionary basis to senior executives or under ‘all-employee’ arrangements. In many cases such plans act as a ‘corporate glue’, helping to enhance a shared corporate identity and motivating employees to work more productively. At the senior executive level, share plans can be used to align the interests of shareholders with decision-making executives.

Whatever the arrangement, companies need to consider various issues before extending their employee share plans in this way, including securities laws, tax and social security aspects (for both employee and employer), the position of internationally mobile employees, reporting and withholding requirements, exchange control issues and employment and data protection laws.

This fully revised and expanded second edition features contributions by leading experts from 32 countries, including new chapters on Italy, Japan, Luxembourg and South Africa, setting out in just one volume the important legal and tax issues to be considered when operating employee share plans internationally.

This major text will assist legal, tax and HR professionals in multinational companies, and the private practice advisers working with them, in extending their employee share plans globally.

Subjects:
Company Law, Employment Law
Contents:
Introduction
Australia
Austria
Belgium
Brazil
Bulgaria
Canada
China
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
India
Ireland
Italy
Japan
Luxembourg
Malaysia
New Zealand
Poland
Portugal
Russia
South Africa
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
United Kingdom.