A phantom stock unit plan (PSUP) is a creative way to lock in key and high-performing employees without giving them an equity stake in the firm.

That was the message from Marty Kuehne, chief administrative officer for Seacap Partners, a New York firm specializing in compensation and incentive structuring. Kuehne ran the session driving firm performance through incentive compensation plans at the Charles Schwab Impact 2010 conference in Boston on Wednesday.

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