Malcolm Hurlston CBE, chairman of the Esop Centre, and Stephen Woodhouse, partner at Pett Franklin, hosted a Webinar on February 13 2018 to discuss the future of share schemes. They explored numerous topics, including but not limited to; Progress made The International Landscape Brexit Share Schemes and Tax The future of […]
Jersey is “fully compliant” London audience hears The Channel Islands’ regulatory financial services’ relationship with the EU will remain unchanged even if a ‘hard’ Brexit occurs. That was the message delivered at the recent Esop Centre’s second British Isles symposium. Many Jersey and Guernsey trustees are members of the Centre, […]
EMPLOYEE SHARE OWNERSHIP CELEBRATED The winners of the World Esop Centre’s 2017 world employee share ownership awards were announced last night, (Tuesday October 31), at a stylish black-tie reception and dinner at the Reform Club in London’s Pall Mall. The flagship, most creative share plan solution, award went to technology […]
Share valuation: experts from four industry bodies to create worked examples to be agreed by HM Revenue & Customs and published online Four leading UK employee share plan bodies have formed an expert group to be called WEG (Employee Shares Worked Examples Group) which will work with HM Revenue & […]
Sarah Anderson is a director at the RM2 Partnership and author of Employee Share Schemes for Private Companies.
Esop Centre chairman Malcolm Hurlston CBE joined Debbie Lovewell-Tuck from the Employee Benefits magazine and Sarah Pennells from Share Radio to discuss employee share ownership on Saturday July 16. Listen to the broadcast below.
Theresa May could well follow Margaret Thatcher and Gordon Brown as prime ministers who took the lead on employee ownership. Her hustings speech promising to tackle top pay and worker representation is certain to be followed through as it reflects the views of long term advisers who have followed her […]
HMRC has released the details of planned changes to employee share scheme tax rules with the publication of the draft Finance Bill 2016.