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1 CALCULATING THE EFFECT OF EMPLOYEE STOCK OPTIONS ON DILUTED EPS Warrick van Zyl Lecturer School of Accountancy University of the Witwatersrand Johannesburg 2000 South Africa

2 Abstract CALCULATING THE EFFECT OF EMPLOYEE STOCK OPTIONS ON DILUTED EPS This paper focuses on how to calculate diluted earnings per share (DEPS) when a firm has outstanding employee stock options (ESOs). Three possible methods are described and compared. The first is the current International Accounting Standard 33 Earnings Per Share (IAS 33) approach which is based on the intrinsic value of the ESOs. The second method, advocated by Core et al. (2002), is very similar to that of IAS 33 but instead of the intrinsic value uses the fair value of the outstanding options. This paper derives an alternative method which adjusts the earnings for the year by the change in fair value of the outstanding ESOs, with no adjustment to the denominator in the DEPS calculation. The three methods are compared using a simple firm. The earnings adjustment method best describes the change in economic value of the current shareholders, the fair value is more useful in predicting future profits, and the intrinsic value method appear to provide no additional information to that already contained in the other two measures. The earnings adjustment method has a further advantage in that it provides an identical result at a DEPS level to that which would have been obtained if the ESOs were cash-settled and treated as liabilities in terms of IFRS 2. Thus using this method will improve comparability as cash-settled and equity-settled options have a very similar economic effect on current shareholders.

3 CALCULATING THE EFFECT OF EMPLOYEE STOCK OPTIONS ON DILUTED EPS Introduction Employee stock option accounting has undergone significant changes in recent years. For the first time, most firms around the globe are required to account for the expense associated with employee stock options (ESOs). Whilst this has been a step in the right direction the standard setters seem to have overlooked a related but equally important issue; how should diluted earnings per share (DEPS) be calculated when the firm has outstanding share options. Much has been written on the appropriate accounting treatment of ESOs in the income statement and balance sheet. This paper will focus on the effects of outstanding ESOs on DEPS. Generally Accepted Accounting Practice for Employee Stock Options One of the more significant recent developments in generally accepted accounting practice (GAAP) has been the introduction of comprehensive rules for the accounting of share-based payments, and more specifically, employee stock options. International Financial Reporting Standard 2 Share-based Payments (IFRS 2) (IASB 2003b) and its U.S. equivalent Statement of Financial Reporting Standard No. 123 (revised) (SFAS No. 123) (FASB 2004) have certainly improved accounting convention in this area. The original SFAS No. 123 was issued in 1995, but its introduction was accompanied by such controversy that application was made voluntary. Unusually for an accounting development, the accounting of employee stock options even attracted the attention of the legislators. Pressure to introduce an accounting statement on ESOs originated from a US senator in the early 1990 s, and the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) was forced to make the application of the original SFAS No. 123 voluntary because it was threatened by legislation from another US senator 1. The large corporate governance scandals in the early 2000 s again changed the mood of the business community, and the introduction of IFRS 2 and SFAS No. 123 (revised) in 2003 and 2004 respectively was generally welcomed. IFRS 2 introduced accounting rules in an area that was largely unregulated before. Whilst IFRS 2 covers all types of share-based transactions, it is ESO s that attract most of the attention and will be the most affected by the new standard. ESOs were largely ignored in the accounting records of most companies across the globe, especially if those ESOs were issued with a strike or exercise price that was below or equal to the current share price. IFRS 2 now requires that all share-based payments be accounted for initially at fair value. The standard then distinguishes between cash-settled and equity-settled transactions. Those transactions that will be settled in cash are considered liabilities within the broader accounting conceptual framework, and transactions that are settled by the company issuing shares are considered equity. The distinction is important because equity items are never remeasured, whilst liabilities often are. Thus the standard requires that equity-settled transactions be accounted for at fair value on the initial grant date, and never thereafter adjusted. The obligation incurred in cash-settled transactions is reflected as a liability in the balance sheet, and remeasured at each reporting date to reflect changes in the value of the underlying shares. This requirement is somewhat unusual, as it results in different accounting treatments for transactions that are economically identical; whether the transaction is settled in cash or shares would generally be considered equivalent under general economic or finance theory. When applied to employee stock options, the following treatment results. The initial grant date fair value of options that are equity-settled is recognised as an expense in the income statement over the vesting period of the options. The initial grant date fair value of cash-settled options is also recognised over the vesting period as an expense, but the cumulative expense is also adjusted to reflect changes in the value of the expected settlement amount due to change in the underlying share price. This means that the total expense recognised for equity-settled options will be the initial grant date value, whereas for cash-settled options it will be the final amount paid in settlement of the option obligation. For the remainder of this paper the term ESO will refer to equity-settled employee stock options and share appreciation rights (SARs) will refer to cash-settled employee stock options. 1 For a detailed account of the process leading up to the introduction of the original SFAS No. 123 see Dechow et al. (1996). 1

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