Share option schemes

Share option schemes can be a good way to keep your key people engaged and incentivised – we can help you decide if it’s for you!

Lucy Folley, Brentwood
Lucy Foley, partner and commercial property specialist in Brentwood

Share option scheme solicitors: Expert legal advice

You don’t need us to tell you that keeping your key people motivated and incentivised is vital to the success of your business. So you might be considering a share option scheme, whether for all your employees or just your key managers, to recognise and reward performance. They can be a great way of giving employees a real stake in the success of the business.

How we can help

Setting up a share option scheme from scratch can be a daunting prospect. There’s so much to think about, you’ll want to have an experienced team on your side to offer support and advice. Our established team of commercial lawyers can advise you on a range of schemes, including

  • Short term incentive plans
  • Long term incentive plans
  • Approved schemes 
  • Approved savings related schemes 
  • Executive share option schemes 
  • Employee share option schemes

How we work

All our business customers have a solicitor so you’ll always know who to call when you need to talk to us. As part of the business team at Tees, we can also call on the expertise of our colleagues in the employment team, so you can be sure of getting a joined-up, comprehensive service. We’ll work efficiently and we’ll keep you informed of what’s going on – and we’ll keep an eye on costs too. Call our specialist solicitors on 0808 231 1320

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