Repricing

(redirected from reprice)
Also found in: Dictionary.

Repricing

To change the price of an asset. In derivatives, it sometimes refers to the exchange of options of with different strike prices.

Repricing

The act of a manager or other high level employee exchanging an out-of-the-money stock option in the company for an at-the-money stock option. Companies issue new at-the-money options and make the exchanges in order to reward the employee and/or to provide an incentive for the employee to continue to perform well even when the company's stock price has declined.

repricing

The exchanging of newly issued incentive stock options priced at the current market price for previously granted options that are out-of-the-money. Repricing rewards managers of companies with stock prices that have declined.
References in periodicals archive ?
ChannelAdvisor s 2014 Spring Release adds unique features to the company s platform to improve the way retailers advertise across online channels, reprice products on Amazon, fulfil online orders, maintain optimal seller status and more.
Airport retailer Dubai Duty Free (DDF) is set to reprice a $1.
If, hopefully, during the six-month window the acquiring credit union does review and reprice the entire portfolio in a manner consistent with their current practices, there are still impacts that might not be anticipated.
Travelport, the business services provider to the global travel industry, has announces that Emirates Airline has deployed Travelport Rapid Reprice technology on its website, giving online travel buyers all-new ticket repricing capabilities.
NS) has started repricing deposits from about 12 percent to about six percent as part of a strategy to reprice its high-cost deposits and improve its profit margins, DNA Money has reported, citing Rathnakar Hegde, executive director at the bank.
Repricing proponents further argue that employees can effectively reprice options themselves by accepting new employment with firms that offer options as part of the compensation package.
Martinair has entered into a new multi-year agreement to implement Worldspan's Rapid Reprice technology, a multi-platform solution for repricing and reissuing airline tickets.
signed a new multi-year agreement with Midwest Airlines to further enhance the carrier's Web site with robust Worldspan Rapid Reprice technology.
When I examine executives' portfolio holdings of company stock and options, I find that risk-taking incentive measures are statistically significant factors in explaining whether or not firms reprice stock options in a given year.
on Thursday said it changed its stock incentive plan to restrict the company's ability to reprice stock options granted to employees.
There is always some resistance when trying to reprice, but far less push back when you can benchmark this way," he says.
If they don't reprice, valuable employees may leave and, in essence, the company will have to offer new and unproven employees options at lower exercise prices that could not be given to current employees because of stockholder resistance to repricing.