Pre-IPO: Early-Exercise Options

I have early-exercise options. If I leave my company before the stock vests, or if the company goes out of business, is it required to repurchase my shares? This is premium content

If your plan allows options to be exercised before they vest, the stock you receive is subject to a company repurchase or buyback right should you leave the company before the vesting date. Under the typical early-exercise provision in most stock plan documents, your company...
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