SINGAPORE (June 4): Last November, I wrote an article questioning whether existing stock option plans were good for shareholders. I have no doubt that the theoretical proposition is valid: that if the interests of senior management are aligned with those of shareholders through long-term incentives, they will work towards achieving a company’s strategic objectives to enhance value.

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