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Equity-based Compensation

   

Definition: Equity-based Compensation is a method of remuneration where key employees receive ownership stakes or rights to shares in the company as part of their compensation package. This form of compensation aligns the interests of such employees with those of shareholders by providing them with a direct stake in the company's performance and success. EBC can take various forms, including stock options, restricted stock units (RSUs), and employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs), each offering unique advantages and considerations.


   
   
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