Valuing employee shares

This note has been superseded by Practice note, Valuing employee shares.

There are a number of different reasons why the shares of an unquoted company will need to be valued and in certain circumstances that value will also need to be agreed with HM Revenue & Customs Shares and Assets Valuation. This practice note deals specifically with the valuation of shares for the purposes of employee share schemes.

Steve Lygo, Parmentier Arthur Group PLC


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