Directors and senior managers at SuperGroup are in line for a six-figure windfall if the business meets key targets in the next three years.
Chief operating officer Suzanne Given will be awarded more than £150,000 worth of shares as part of the young fashion business’ performance share plan.
Given will be granted an award of 31,278 shares at 5p each subject to the company delivering strong growth.
She is one of several directors and senior managers who will be able to cash in if the business meets performance targets over the next three years.
Hans Schmitt, recently appointed managing director of international and wholesale at SuperGroup, will pick up 29,491 shares, equal to £147,455 with shares priced at 5p each.
Chief financial officer Shaun Wills and director of ecommerce Chris Griffin will both be awarded 22,341 shares amounting to £111,705.
IT director Keith Riley is set to be given 15,192 shares amounting to £75,690, while HR director Andrea Cartwright will receive 14,298 shares worth £71,490.
To be awarded the shares SuperGroup must achieve certain performance targets, including double-digit growth in excess of the Retail Prices Index (RPI).
SuperGroup, which is the parent company of young fashion brand Superdry, reported a 14.9% year-on-year rise in group revenue to £360.4m in the year to April 28.