Definition of backdating
A promise of compensation for specific potential future losses in exchange for a periodic payment.
Insurance is designed to protect the financial well-being of an individual, company or other entity in the case of unexpected loss.
In exchange for payments from the insured (called premiums), the insurer agrees to pay the policy holder a sum of money upon the occurrence of a specific event.
In most cases, the policy holder pays part of the loss (called the deductible), and the insurer pays the rest.
Awarding employees with stock options those are dated prior to the actual grant date.
The date chosen could be one when the company’s stock was at a low, so the options can be in-the-money at the time of granting itself.
(Stock Exchange) commerce the right to buy (call option) or sell (put option) a fixed quantity of a commodity, security, foreign exchange, etc, at a fixed price at a specified date in the future.
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