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Ceiling is raised on SAYE share ownership schemes

Staff at some of the country’s biggest publicly quoted companies, including CRH, Bank of Ireland and Anglo Irish Bank, stand to benefit from new legislation that will allow them to save up to €30,000 to buy shares in their employers at heavily discou

15th March, 2008

Staff at some of the country’s biggest publicly quoted companies, including CRH, Bank of Ireland and Anglo Irish Bank, stand to benefit from new legislation that will allow them to save up to €30,000 to buy shares in their employers at heavily discounted prices.

Rules governing Save As You Earn (SAYE) schemes - employer-sponsored savings schemes that are similar to the Special Savings Incentive Account (SSIA) initiative - will be relaxed this year,...

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