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Polish translation: nabycie prawa (do zakupu akcji)

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English term or phrase:vesting of options
Polish translation:nabycie prawa (do zakupu akcji)
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03:20 Sep 16, 2001
English to Polish translations [Non-PRO]
Bus/Financial
English term or phrase: vesting of options
Exercising your options
Vesting and expiration
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nabycie prawa (do zakupu akcji)
Explanation:
Vesting (Stock, Options and Warrants)

Over a period of time an employee of a company earns rights to receive benefits (eg stock) as a result of that employment, though until such rights are earned the employee can claim no ownership of the related benefits and those potential benefits are forfeit. Restricted stock or options, or warrants to purchase stock, that may not be sold or exercised, or that are subject to risk of forfeiture, for a period of time, are 'unvested'. That portion of the stock which is not subject to risk of forfeiture and which may be sold, or the options and warrants that may be exercised, are referred to as 'vested'.
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nabycie prawa (do zakupu akcji)


Explanation:
Vesting (Stock, Options and Warrants)

Over a period of time an employee of a company earns rights to receive benefits (eg stock) as a result of that employment, though until such rights are earned the employee can claim no ownership of the related benefits and those potential benefits are forfeit. Restricted stock or options, or warrants to purchase stock, that may not be sold or exercised, or that are subject to risk of forfeiture, for a period of time, are 'unvested'. That portion of the stock which is not subject to risk of forfeiture and which may be sold, or the options and warrants that may be exercised, are referred to as 'vested'.
FROM:http://www.nasdaqeurope.com/quotes/help/glossary.asp?txtSear...




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