New rules liberalize D&O stock option plans

March 1991
Corporate Board;Mar/Apr91, Vol. 12 Issue 67, p27
Trade Publication
Reports that the US Securities and Exchange Commission has voted to liberalize its short-swing trading rules affecting officers and directors who buy and sell their company's stocks. Executives' ability to surrender an option to the company in exchange for a payment equal to the paper profit on the option.


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