‘Cacao eating’ half-teacher?… Companies that are about to go public, “I won’t sell stock options within a year”

After the controversy over Kakao Pay’s ‘exploitation’, companies going public are submitting to the Korea Exchange a pledge to restrict the exercise or sale of stock options (stock options) by employees for a certain period of time. According to the electronic disclosure of the Financial Supervisory Service on the 7th, the self-driving camera equipment maker Furuntier, scheduled to go public next week, will list 215,850 shares granted to three directors out of stock options amounting to 7.4% (590,850 shares) of the total issued stock.


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