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Over the past few years, there has been considerable focus on policies addressing the hedging and pledging of securities by public company employees, executives and directors. In particular, significant market volatility has brought to light some key issues arising from the pledging of company securities by employees, executives and directors of public companies, including concerns as to whether an individual’s interests remain aligned with shareholders through his pledging of equity awards or other shares owned to secure loans. Similar concerns exist with regard to hedging and monetization arrangements, where employees, executives or directors may seek to continue to own company securities obtained through the company’s benefit plans or otherwise, but without the full risks and rewards of ownership.

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