EMI Share Scheme Employee Slide Template

Get the most out of your EMI scheme by helping your team understand what an EMI scheme is, how it works and the benefits. This free slide template is designed for customers and UK businesses using Vestd to enable you to easily communicate all your team needs to know in plain English.

The slide template includes:

  • What EMI is
  • How EMI works
  • The benefits an employee can expect
  • A worked example to bring EMI to life
  • Jargon buster

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We will outline the four most common ways of distributing shares, and the pros and cons of each one (e.g. tax-efficiency).

Understand the process

There are more than 20 steps involved in setting up a share scheme. We’ll explain what you need to do, and how to avoid the complexity and hassle by using our platform.

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And not just for set up, because it’s important to know what you’re in for over the lifetime of a scheme.

Learn how to stay compliant

Around 50% of all existing EMI schemes are not compliant. Every year non-compliance costs shareholders many millions upon exit. We’ll help you avoid the mother of all headaches when it is time to exit.

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Vestd has the most user-friendly platform and was built for UK businesses, by a team of genuine experts that helped us to get everything set up. What they don’t know about share schemes isn’t worth knowing.

David Biggs, CFO, Pusher
David Biggs from CFO, Pusher