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Long-Term Incentive Plan (LTIP)

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Long-term incentive plan or LTIP generally consist of the significant component of executive compensation - usually more than 60% for the median S&P 500 firm. The long-term incentive plan is a policy of the company, which is considered as a reward for its executives if they succeed in achieving specific targets that maximizes shareholder value.

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