When Chancellor Gordon Brown announced his initial proposals for Enterprise Management Incentives (EMIs) in his 1999 Budget speech, they sounded almost too good to be true. Here was an employee share scheme where employers could write their own rules with only a few guidelines as to what was not going to be permissible.

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