The grant modelling section of your option grant can be used to model the impact of the company's share price on the value of your options. Click on Grant Modelling to jump down to the feature.
An estimated value is shown for your options. Please note that this value is an estimate only. It assumes that all available options vest and are exercised, and is calculated by multiplying the total number of options by the share price. It does not take into account any future dilution, and it excludes any tax liability. See an overview of the ESOP stages.
Adjust the simulated share price up or down by typing a new value into the field or by clicking on the up and down arrows. This will model the value of your options at different share prices.
A graph plots option vesting over time. There is a toggle to Enable forecasting which extends the graph to show all future vesting. There is a Show dollar value toggle to switch the x axis of the graph between 'Share option count' and 'Share option value ($)'.
Companies can opt to record company valuations by share price and may display these for option holders to view. If a company has chosen to publish any share prices for option holders then the latest share price by date will be automatically displayed in the grant modelling section of your option grant, in the field for Adjust simulated share price.
If a share price is not provided then the default simulated share price will be your option exercise price. You can adjust the price to model the value of your options.
Note: Orchestra takes no responsibility for share price or valuation information provided by companies.