Need help setting up an EMI share option scheme?
EMI is a government-backed, tax advantageous, share options scheme for employees that is used by more than 10,000 SMEs in the UK.
Vestd is the online platform of choice for companies that want to set up an Enterprise Management Incentive scheme.
Our platform is simple to use, cost effective, and our experts are always on hand to help you.
In fact, we’ve made the process so easy that you can start granting share options within a week.
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Need to do some more homework first?
We produced this easy-to-read guide for UK SMEs. Written in plain English, it outlines...
- The three ways most UK SMEs distribute equity to employees
- How to be tax efficient
- The difference between shares and options
- How to protect the business
- The key HMRC terms and conditions
- Common pitfalls to avoid
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Our customers say...
My experience with Vestd has been really fantastic. They have an amazing digital experience but have also added great "human" customer service to guide you through the process.
With Vestd I can rest easy knowing all my records and resolutions are organised, secure and easy to view. Now I can concentrate on taking my business forward!
As a Founder, I wanted to reward my early stage team with shares, but with conditions attached. It’s been incredibly simple to use Vestd to build my team, and now that we have successfully completed our first major round of funding, we are looking for everyone to share in our success.
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