Extracted from newspad July 2017 Despite 40 years of regulatory intervention in the UK executive reward market, on the ground very little had changed, said Damian Carnell, director of consulting services at Willis Towers Watson.
Extracted from newspad July 2017 The number of companies using SAYE option based share schemes has exploded by almost a fifth between the fiscal years 2013-4 and 2015-6, HMRC announced as it published the annual share scheme statistics after a two year gap.
Extracted from newspad June 2017 Opening this year’s share schemes and trustees seminar – organised by the Esop Centre and the Society of Trust and Estate Practitioners (STEP) – in Jersey on May 12, Centre chairman Malcolm Hurlston highlighted some of the current opportunities for the employee share ownership sector in the […]
Extracted from newspad June 2017 newspad understands that, finally, HMRC has reached a decision about the amount of tax it will levy on the still awaited compensation awards to the 600 original Roadchef employee shareholders and to thousands more who have worked for it since 1998.
Extracted from newspad May 2017 What could and should the new government do to encourage the spread of all-employee share ownership? This key question is foremost in the minds of employee share scheme practitioners and issuers in the long run-up to the general election called by PM Theresa May on June 8.
Extracted from newspad April 2017 Hundreds of present and former Roadchef employee shareholders, hit by the sale of shares, without their knowledge, from the company’s employee benefit trust EBT more than 20 years ago, could face years more delay before they get any compensation.
Extracted from newspad April 2017 Three high-level presentations on the controversial issue of executive reward are lined-up for Newspad’s inaugural employee equity summit in Paris on Thursday June 15 and Friday June 16 2017. Consultants Aon Hewitt, RM2 and Willis Towers Watson are all sending leading remuneration experts to discuss with delegates […]
Extracted from newspad March 2017 HMRC is still refusing to say when it will sign off the tax bills of many hundreds of present and former Roadchef employees hit by the sale of shares, without their knowledge, from the company’s EBT almost 20 years ago.