Attracting, motivating and retaining key staff is a challenge for every business. Incentive plans can play a big part in achieving that aim, but many privately held companies shy away from using incentives, wary of experimenting with something as sensitive as pay.
But with care, a powerful and highly attractive incentive scheme can be designed for managers of privately held companies; one that focuses attention on sustained gains in the value of the business, while offering meaningful, competitive rewards for successful mangers.
Our approach is grounded in a thorough understanding of the key drivers of shareholder wealth creation, backed by more than 15 years of research into Australian equity capital markets.
We are trusted by some of Australia’s leading privately-held companies to advise on this difficult and sensitive topic.
For more on our incentives practice for privately held companies, read our articles:
Incentive plans for privately held businesses
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