FASB is serious about expediting revisions to ASC 718. To get ahead of them, here’s what you need to consider.
Post-vest holding periods are a way to tighten alignment between executive and shareholder interests. But for every benefit there’s a hidden drawback.
FASB Offers Relief to Private Companies Issuing Stock Options with Service and Performance Conditions
Now private companies can use the simplified method to estimate the expected term of stock option awards with service or probable performance conditions.
Falling stock price leaving too many with underwater options? Answer these five accounting questions to decide if an option exchange is right for your firm.
Spin-offs are booming as shareholders challenge companies to justify their size and show synergy among divisions and product lines. But when you spin out an entity, what happens to equity awards?
Equity Methods reports back from the 2014 NASPP conference, where we heard plenty of insights, surprises, and new twists on old issues with equity compensation.
Valuations can be tricky for stock options. Here are some best practices for modeling stock options so that valuations are neither over- nor understated.
Equity Methods a Leader Once Again in the 2014 Group Five Stock Plan Administration Benchmarking Study
Our client satisfaction rate and loyalty score are #1 among financial accounting and reporting service providers, according to this independent survey.
The finance function’s analytical tools and quant mindset are an under-appreciated resource for pulling together incentive compensation plans.
Relative total shareholder return (rTSR) is here to stay. Learn more about ways to shape and track the peer list that forms the basis of these awards.