2016 has not been a dull year for the equity compensation industry.
Executive compensation continues to evolve. Compensation committees are demanding new, more analytically rich insights to help them balance shareholder and recipient goals. Award designs are diversifying, creating new planning and execution risks. And the proxy is becoming a more quantitative document as companies prepare to implement new Dodd-Frank rule-making.
Meanwhile, financial reporting is evolving too. Plan designs continue to gain variety and complexity. International reporting is heating up, with all eyes on recharging, mobility, and tightened IFRS statutory requirements. Above all, finance is advancing toward insight beyond compliance, with improved management reporting that enables better business decisions.
Join Amit Tekwani and Nathan O’Connor from Equity Methods to get a jump on these issues. We'll discuss:
· What you need to know about the SEC’s flurry of Dodd-Frank rule-making
· FASB’s revisions to ASC 718 have been issued – learn about the main changes to your world
· Summary of results from the Equity Methods ASU 2016-09 survey
· Design trends, including hybrid awards and post-vest holding periods
· What to do about total shareholder return (TSR) awards
· Recharging, direct tracing, and mobility complications in stock compensation reporting
Get a handle on the most pressing share-based payment issues before us in 2016.