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of employees who exercise their options after a certain increase in stock price and/or after a certain period of time. 4. Acknowledge that options are an investment in human capital, and calulate a return on that investment. This represents a philosophical shift for many companies. This also requires that companies look far beyond the option expense taken on their income statements. Instead they can also view these grants from the perspective of the balance sheet. This will require, as we ll discuss later in this chapter, options to be considered part of the capital structure and funding of the company, with all the risks and risk management that it entails. As with any other investment, an investment in human capital must produce a return. Principles 3 and 4 take option evaluation beyond the realm of the accountants whose main concern is the expense issue. Viewing options as a contingent liability and an investment in human capital brings these grants under the purview of the corporate finance and treasury departments. Large companies have highly sophisti-
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THE PURPOSES OF STOCK
For the sake of perspective, let s take a brief look at the purposes of stock. The first is to raise capital for use in the business. The second is to provide a cushion for the company to offset the risks of running a business. If there were no risks, then a company would have no need to issue stock; a company could finance itself 100 percent with debt, which wouldn t require the company to share any ownership. Because of the risks involved, however, the capital received in a stock transaction is more than just a loan. It is an investment in ownership and a share of the future growth of the company. Similarly if a company decides to grant thousands of call options on its stock, this adds another variable in how it has chosen to finance itself. The option grant commits the company to sell a portion of its stock at a fixed priced over a specific period of time in the future. A company may simply choose to live with that decision or it may seek to offset or hedge that transaction in some way. Hedging may involve buying back some of its stock at the prevailing price and keeping these shares on reserve as treasury stock. A company might also offset the options it grants by buying call options on its stock. Let s look at a simplified example. If the company grants 1,000 options with an exercise price of $10 ( selling call options in exchange for services), it can then buy 1,000 call options with an exercise price of $10 in the open market. In this dynamic hedge strategy, when the executive exercises a portion of his or her options at $10, the company also exercises a portion of its $10 options. The risk and the cost to shareholders are then neutralized. Another strategy companies frequently employ is to take the capital that would have been used to buy stock or options in hedging transactions and invest it in the business. If the company truly believes its performance could double or triple in the next several years, then it may decide that investing this capital in the business will likely produce the highest possible return. Or the company could pursue a combination of these strategies. Whatever the
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