發布時間：2023-07-21 發布人：山東股章瀏覽次數：95次 來源：www.newadnetwork.com
In practice, the purpose of each equity incentive may not be single, and multiple purposes can be parallel. Only by clarifying the main purpose of equity incentives can we reasonably determine the incentive objects, incentive modes, conditions, and other details of the plan. Of course, the price aspect is also an inevitable item. Let's analyze it below:
There are usually three price schemes for equity incentives in Jinan:
One is gift, which means that the original shareholder grants equity to the incentive object, applicable to employees who have made significant contributions to the company's development.
The second is technology or resource investment, which refers to the use of resources such as patents, technological inventions, or core market relationships as investment methods. It is mainly applicable to core technical personnel of high-tech enterprises and market personnel or core channel partners with monopolistic influence on the company's market. This approach requires evaluating the prices of resources such as technology and communicating and negotiating with relevant parties.
The third is pricing issuance, which is a common and expected method for companies. Reasonable pricing can not only serve as an incentive, but also achieve financing, killing two birds with one stone.
The determination of equity prices involves multiple aspects of work, such as the financial normative work mentioned earlier. By standardizing finance, adjusting accounts, and auditing, specific financial indicators such as the company's net assets and net profits are determined, laying the foundation for scientific pricing; Through due diligence on the company's strategy and business model, profitability, product technology, personnel, etc., it is possible to preliminarily determine the future development trend of the company, laying the foundation for reasonable pricing and protecting the interests of original shareholders.
Usually, it is not recommended to use gift based equity incentives unless the target has a decisive impact on the company in terms of technology or market. Why not suggest giving as a gift?
Free things are often not cherished and have poor motivational effects; Secondly, if employees are indeed important and make significant contributions, they can become shareholders of the company through evaluation and valuation, which may have a better incentive effect on employees; Granting equity increases tax risk. When employees transfer equity, both the original shareholders and employees face high tax risks due to the high premium.
That's all for the explanation of the price plan related to equity incentives. I hope it can be helpful to you. For more information, please come to our website http://www.newadnetwork.com consulting service