Equity Methods Rates Highest in Customer Satisfaction Among Financial Service Reporting Providers
Relative TSR Awards, Insight and Support for Comp Design Season and Beyond
Integrating and Customizing Financial Reporting
Make financial reporting for equity compensation the center of excellence your CFO needs it to be. Transform processes, enhance the system of internal control, and deliver rich information throughout your organization. Using modular technology, we customize an end-to-end financial reporting process around your specific needs.
ARE BUSINESS COMBINATIONS COMPROMISING YOUR EQUITY COMPENSATION COMPLIANCE PROCESS?
MERGERS, ACQUISITIONS, and SPIN-OFFS can represent significant data conversion, valuation, financial reporting, and tax challenges. Equity Methods is here to help.
Founded in 1998, Equity Methods is the international leader in equity compensation compliance solutions. We provide services to finance, accounting, and human resources managers in the areas of equity award valuation, financial reporting (including tax), and plan design. Our integrated approach to delivering end-to-end ASC 718 compliance solution combines proprietary technology and deep subject matter expertise with an intimate understanding about our client’s equity compensation landscape.
New York (Sept 9, 2014) and San Diego (Sept 11, 2014)
Equity Methods will be presenting at GEO’s 4th Annual National Equity Compensation Forum (NECF) in New York on September 9, 2014 and in San Diego on September 11, 2014.
In the New York forum, Takis Makridis, President and CEO, and Raenelle James, Financial Reporting Practice Manager, together with Atsuko Evans (MasterCard), will be presenting “Enough on Compliance… Let’s Talk Management Accounting”. The panel will bring together corporate warriors on the front line and experts with purview into many managerial accounting strategies, in an effort to help illuminate the difficulties and solutions in the era of push-down accounting.
In the San Diego forum, Nathan O’Connor, Executive Vice President and Valuation Practice Director, with Erick Hosken (Compensation Advisory Partners), Eric Turzak (Amgen), and Brian Wydajewski (Baker & McKenzie) will be presenting on “Balancing Compensation Expense with Incentive Value and Shareholder Optics”. This presentation will provide various design, legal, and accounting frameworks to strike the right balance between the two competing goals of minimizing expense and preserving the incentive and retentive aspects of performance-based awards.
The Group Five Stock Plan Administration Benchmarking Study measures client satisfaction in financial accounting and reporting services. Equity Methods has received the highest ratings out of any company in its industry in every single category.
In “Finance’s Critical Role in Incentive Design,” published in Treasury & Risk, Takis Makridis of Equity Methods and Eric Hosken of Compensation Advisory Partners discuss the strategic role that finance leaders are being asked to play in the executive compensation process.