The ESOP Association is the national trade association for companies with employee stock ownership plans (ESOPs) and the leading voice in America for employee ownership.
What does SOP stand for?
SOP stands for Stock Ownership Plan (various organizations)
This definition appears very rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 253 other meanings of SOP in our Acronym Attic
- State of the Parks Report (Canada)
- State Operating Permit (various locations)
- Statement of Participation
- Statement Of Position
- Statement of Principle (various locations)
- Statement Of Purpose
- Sterile Ophthalmic Preparation
- Stochastic Orthogonal Polynomial (mathematics)
- Stock Option Plan
- Stock Option Price
Samples in periodicals archive:
Companies that offer their stock to employees through an employee stock ownership plan (ESOP) or 401(k) plan are increasingly vulnerable to fiduciary liability lawsuits, according to a white paper developed for the Chubb Group of Insurance Co.
A federal court judge in the US has ruled that employees of United Airlines can go ahead with a class-action lawsuit against the airline's employee stock ownership plan and its trustees.
A combination 401(k) plan and employee stock ownership plan, commonly called a KSOP, can be used to decrease the administrative and legal expenses for employers who maintain both a 401(k) plan and an employee stock ownership plan.
Krause president Chet Krause, who set up an employee stock ownership plan 14 years ago in an attempt to keep ownership local, said the ultimate per-share price would be significantly higher, although it was not clear if a higher per-share price would increase the purchase price.
Last year he established an Employee Stock Ownership Plan at the company, giving approved workers a part ownership in the company.
Photo (1--Color) United ramp agent Art Rodriguez, who joined the airline before a stock ownership plan was adopted, calls the firm dynamic.
Smith announces that it is investigating potential claims against State Street Corporation ("State Street" or the "Company") (NYSE:STT) concerning whether the State Street 401(k) Savings Plan or the Employee Stock Ownership Plan (collectively, the "Plans") imprudently invested in State Street stock and whether the Plans' administrators breached their fiduciary duties to the Plans' participants in violation of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974 (ERISA).