Material interest rules for tax-favoured share incentives

This practice note considers the requirement that participating employees and/or their associates must not have a material interest in the company whose shares are used for tax-advantaged share incentives. It includes the special rules relating to employee benefit trusts and other discretionary trusts.
Sara Cohen, Lewis Silkin LLP


 

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