Employer contribution (matching shares)
Sum paid by the company in addition to the sums invested by its employees under a wage savings scheme.
A share represents a fraction of a company's capital. It is therefore a title deed and is paid by dividends.
This is the price of a stock at any given moment. In the case of VINCI shares, the price is expressed in euro (€) on the Paris Stock Exchange.
Part of the net income of a company distributed to shareholders at the end of each fiscal year, following a general meeting decision.
Share Incentive Plan (SIP)
A type of tax-efficient, HMRC-approved employee savings plan.
Positive difference between the selling price and the subscription price.
VINCI has appointed Equiniti Limited to run the Plan. Equiniti’s duties include processing share applications, maintaining investors’ accounts and issuing statements to investors.
By law, the Plan’s shares have to be held in a Trust. The company appointed by VINCI to run the Trust is Equiniti Share Plan Trustees Limited.
As a VINCI shareholder you may exercise voting rights by sending your voting instruction to Equiniti Share Plan Trustees Limited. Should you not give any instruction, your voting rights will be exercised based on the vote of the VINCI employee collective shareholding fund FCPE CASTOR INTERNATIONAL which is the shareholding vehicle used in other countries.
Last update 15/01/2020