# EPP

## Executive Pension Plan |

## Executive Pension Plan |

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Black-Scholes model

The Black-Scholes model is the most commonly used formula when evaluating European call and put options. The equation was first published by economists Myron Scholes and the late Fisher Black in 1973. Later, Scholes and Robert Merton earned the Nobel Prize in Economics (1997) for the work done on the model and for its general contribution to the understanding of valuation of financial assets.

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