Everything you need to know about the Repurchase Obligation or The ABCs of the ESOP Repurchase Obligation
The repurchase obligation (or repurchase liability) is the legal obligation of an ESOP company to buy back shares of company stock from participants upon the occurrence of certain triggering events.
If you are an ESOP trustee, or if your company is considering forming an ESOP, you’ll want to download this whitepaper to get the scoop on
- What is a repurchase obligation?
- When does a company face repurchase obligations?
- What drives the repurchase obligations?
- How to plan for the repurchase liability.
- How the repurchase liability is funded.
- Why planning for the repurchase liability is so important.
- The valuation effects of repurchase obligation