While Covid-19 stopped us from meeting in person, virtual sessions at the 2020 NASPP conference let us share thoughts on the state of equity compensation.
FICA taxes are due on equity compensation when there is no longer a risk of forfeiture. Retirement eligibility is an often-overlooked trigger with many administration and accounting impacts to consider.
Here are some key financial reporting principles for public and pre-IPO companies that have long-term incentive plans with fewer than 200 participants.
Real World vs. Risk Neutral: Understanding the Difference between Valuation and Derived Service Period Assumptions
Although valuations are based on a world where all investors are “risk neutral,” this causes some confusion when considering the derived service period.
In this issue brief, we cover the different types of restructurings and ways executive compensation programs can change under each.
Be ready with robust metrics on diversity, equity, and inclusion—with an emphasis on visualization and analytics to support root cause analysis.
An optimal award agreement requires careful consideration of all the plan terms to avoid imprecise calculations and unintended payouts down the road.
In this video, Equity Methods CEO Takis Makridis shares his perspectives on adapting executive compensation awards and performance metrics amid economic disruption.
In this article from the June/July 2020 issue of Workspan Magazine, we discuss the practical considerations involved in remediating a pay equity disparity.
We explore some of the costs and benefits that different ESPP types can deliver to help employees ride out economic volatility.