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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Irina Bratishkina
Long-Term Incentive Stock Option Plans for Members of Governing Bodies and Managers under Russian Law
Corporate Lawyer
(Master’s programme)
2018
Master's thesis is devoted to research on long-term incentive stock option plans for members of governing bodies and managers under Russian Law.

The lack of legal framework for stock option plans in Russian legislation has a negative impact on implementation of this concept by the Russian companies resulting in the necessity to use foreign legal systems and extremely difficult legal structures for such implementation. Also it decreases the guarantees of court protection of stock option participants.

The main goal of the research was to identify the relations between the concept of stock option plans and other related concepts and to research the implementation of stock option plans in line with existing mandatory provisions of the Russian legislation and to propose recommendations for the development of legal provisions, that can be used as a legal basis for its implementation under Russian law.

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