The Future of Growth Shares

 
Monday 11 March 2019
Registrations from 3pm
Saffron House, 6 - 10 Kirby Street, Farringdon, London EC1N 8TS
 
Pett Franklin and ProShare are delighted to co-host this seminar on Growth Shares and how they can be used to effectively drive growth in UK companies.

Growth shares are a form of incentive where employees are granted ordinary shares with limited rights, including the right to participate in the value of a company above a pre-determined threshold amount on a sale or other exit event.

The team from Pett Franklin will discuss various pertinent topics relating to growth shares including:

-          Valuation and accounting;
-          DOTAS and synthetic exits;
-          Entrepreneur’s Relief; and
-          EMI options over growth shares.

The seminar will be presented by William Franklin, Stephen Woodhouse and Charlotte Fleck who are widely recognised as experts in the share schemes industry.

If you would like to attend, please sign up using this form.  If you have any questions please contact zoe@proshare.org

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