Incentives

We are Stibbe Incentives specialists

We create and implement schemes for domestic and foreign clients which are tailored to their personal situation.

Incentives

Every business operates with its own unique culture. It’s why we work closely with our clients to tailor advice to their individual needs, whilst ensuring compatibility with any share incentives already in place.

Our knowledge and expertise covers a wide range of areas. We advise domestic and foreign clients on all types of employee share schemes, share or cash bonus arrangements, incentive schemes, salary split arrangements, pension plans and in setting up attractive compensation schemes.

Further to this, we advise clients on the effect of corporate transactions on share and bonus arrangements and on their implementation.

We are also regularly involved in advising clients in the setting up of end-of-career schemes, such as early pension, pre-pension arrangements and severance packages.

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