Unity Trust Bank launches share ownership plan

Paterson, Jennifer
May 2013
Employee Benefits;May2013, p5
The article reports that a plan has been launched by the Unity Trust Bank PLC for its employees to create an employee benefit trust that will acquire and distribute shares to staff. A gift worth of 50,000 pound has also offered by the bank to the trust to set up the scheme and acquire shares from its current shareholders.


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