Upon conversion in their entirety, the preferred shares will represent approximately 96 percent of the company's outstanding common stock without giving effect to warrants issued, and a management incentive plan to be implemented, in connection with the restructuring.
What does MIP stand for?
MIP stands for Management Incentive Plan
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We have 380 other meanings of MIP in our Acronym Attic
- Maintenance Index Page
- Maintenance Interaction Procedure
- Major Individual Project (various organizations)
- Major Intrinsic Protein
- Malaria in Pregnancy
- Male Iron Pipe
- Mallory Institute of Pathology
- Managed Inventory Program (software)
- Management Implementation Plan
- Management Improvement Project (various organizations)
- Management Information Project (various locations)
- Management Inspection Process
- Management/Master Information Paper
- Management/Modest Improvement Program
- Managers in Partnership (trade union; UK)
- Managing Intellectual Property (monthly magazine)
- Managing the Influence Process (US NASA)
- Mandatory Inspection Point
- Manejo Integrado de Plagas (Spanish: Integrated Pest Management)
- Manufacturing and Inspection Plan
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His work included centralizing TGI Fridays accounting processes, providing financial and strategic decision support, renewing investment opportunities and designing and implementing management incentive plans.
His work comprised centralizing TGI Fridays accounting processes, delivering financial and strategic decision support, renewing investment opportunities and designing and implementing management incentive plans.
The performance-related pay-outs comprised an annual bonus as well as an award under a three-year rolling management incentive plan.
The company's bosses are eligible for annual performance-related bonuses as well as an additional bonus as part of a rolling three-year management incentive plan.
As one of the most active late-stage investors, Meritech provides guidance on a number of issues that rapidly growing companies typically face, including management incentive plans, IPO market timing and positioning, adviser selection, and post-IPO ownership transition.
The ailing Lawrence manufacturer's management incentive plan, which was under review in Worcester by Judge Joel B.
approved share option schemes on numerous occasions and the Enterprise Management Incentive plan is very popular.