Graham Rowlands-Hempel is a consultant for Linklaters. He is a specialist in employee share plans and executive incentives.
Why did you start working at Deloitte? I saw an exciting opportunity to create an offering that hadn’t been fully developed. Bear in mind that when I started working in the employee share plan field around 1990 no one would have known what you meant if you said you were […]
The Esop index (FTSE-calculated UK Employee Ownership Index) rose by 5.8 per cent in 2014, significantly outperforming the FTSE All-Share, according to figures revealed today (Friday January 16) by the Esop Centre.
The Esop index slightly under-performed the FTSE All Share in the third quarter of 2014 but remains ahead in the year to date.
The Esop index (the FTSE calculated Employee Ownership Index) fared worse than the FTSE All-Share in the second quarter of 2014 according to figures released today by the Esop Centre in London. At the end of June the Index stood at 768 (Jan 2003 = 100).
The Esop index (FTSE calculated Employee Ownership Index) rose by 11.6 percent in the first quarter of 2014, according to figures revealed today by the Esop Centre.
FTSE companies whose employees owned three percent or more of the stock substantially outperformed the market in 2013, according to a new index launched today with the endorsement of the Esop Centre.