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If you think a brokerage firm can simply create one of these with some pre-packaged forms, think again. You will need a good securities attorney to put things together and negotiate with your company's transfer agent (who in most cases handles such things).
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Are you looking for someone to create a plan, or simply wondering what broker can handle trades in an existing plan?
If you need to create a plan, then you will need an experienced securities attorney.
If you need a broker to handle trades in an existing plan, then your plan likely has a chosen firm or broker to handle the administration of your plan. Look at the documents given to you by your firm with regard to your stock or option grants.