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- Pros and cons of employee ownership trusts (EOTs)Originally written by Anna Jordan on Small Business Employee ownership trusts (EOTs) are relatively new in the business world. The EOT survey 2019 shows that there are 241 verified EOT-owned companies and a further 34 EOT-owned companies that have been established for longer, otherwise known as ‘deemed EOTs’. Between the two, EOTs employ 23,000 people in the UK. It’s a popular model in the manufacturing and professional services sectors. A large proportion are represented in London and Scotland, with virtually none in Northern Ireland. Over half (55 per cent) of EOTs own the entire company; a further 40 per cent ...