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Calendar of Upcoming Events for the SAN FRANCISCO Chapter

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Date and Time:To Be Determined
Event:SF Chapter NASPP Lunch, Networking Ice Breaker and Chapter Meeting!
Topic:1. Lunch and Networking Ice-Breaker 2. Examining the Impact of the 2016 US Elections on Executive Compensation: Will it soon be time to chart a new course in executive compensation?
Location:Charles Schwab 215 Fremont Street, 1st Floor San Francisco, CA
Contact:Dan Schwab
Contact Phone:415-667-6367
Contact Email:dan.schwab@schwab.com
Description:

SF Chapter NASPP Networking Ice Breaker and Chapter Meeting!

The first 30 registrants will be entered into a raffle to win one of five $10 Starbucks gift cards.  Don't wait - Register today!

Join us!

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Registration:   11:30am

Networking Lunch & Ice-Breaker: 12:00pm to 1:00pm

Presentation:  1:00pm to 2:00pm

Lunch and Ice-Breaker Activity:

Join us for lunch and an ice-breaker activity to get to know your fellow SF NASPP members, learn something new about them and make connections to build your network. 

Presentation:  Examining the Impact of the 2016 US Elections on Executive Compensation:  Will it soon be time to chart a new course in executive compensation?

Presenter:  Frank B. Glassner – CEO, Veritas Executive Compensation Consultants

Session II Description:

As a result of the November 8, 2016 election, Republicans will control the Presidency, the Senate and the House of Representatives beginning on January 20, 2017. As a candidate, President-Elect Donald Trump proposed a tax plan and a rollback of federal regulations (including the Dodd-Frank Act). In addition, Republican members of Congress have introduced executive compensation-related legislation that could serve as the basis for laws the incoming Congress would consider, and the House Ways and Means Committee is reportedly in the process of drafting tax reform legislation to be released this winter.  At this point, the changes to be made by the incoming Congress and the Trump administration to federal tax laws, the Dodd-Frank Act, the FLSA regulations and other federal rules impacting executive compensation and employee matters are still coming into focus.

Please join Frank Glassner to hear what impact the 2016 Elections may have on compensation and what programs and employee practices may be changing under the new rules.

SPEAKER:

Frank B. Glassner: Frank B. Glassner is the chief executive officer of Veritas Executive Compensation Consultants (Veritas). Additionally, he leads the Firm's executive compensation consulting practice.

His consulting experience includes a wide range of assignments with specialization in executive compensation; studies linking organizational strategy and compensation programs to business strategies; board of directors compensation and governance; bankruptcy and reorganization compensation and incentive plans; litigation support and expert witness services, tax-deferred compensation; wage and salary administration; job analysis and evaluation; surveys on compensation and organizational practices within specialized industries; sales and marketing compensation; incentive compensation and performance management; and performance appraisal and development.

Frank Glassner is a nationally recognized executive compensation expert with over thirty-seven years of experience in the field of compensation and strategy consulting. Prior to joining Veritas Executive Compensation Consultants in 2009, Frank founded and was the Chief Executive Officer of Compensation Design Group, Inc. (CDG), assisting both domestic and international companies in developing unique and specific compensation programs linked directly to business, financial and strategic objectives. Prior to Veritas Executive Compensation Consultants and CDG, he was the National Director of the Deloitte & Touche Strategic Rewards Practice, and led the Western U.S./Asia-Pacific compensation consulting practice for KPMG Peat Marwick.

Frank Glassner is frequently quoted in major publications such as the Wall Street Journal, Fortune, Business Week, Time Magazine, Financial Times, London (UK) Times, Forbes, USA Today, Directors and Boards, Die Welt (GER), US News & World Report, Boston Globe, New York Times, New York Post, LA Times, La Prensa (MX), India Times (Delhi), Washington Post, China Times, The Street.com, MarketWatch, Barrons, the Chicago Tribune, and the San Francisco Chronicle. He also appears regularly on CNN, Bloomberg, CNBC, CBS, FOX Network, NPR, and NBC. He often speaks publicly on such subjects as executive pay and strategic total compensation. He is a member of the Conference Board, World at Work, American Management Association, and is a Corporate Governance and Leadership Fellow of the National Association of Corporate Directors. Additionally, Frank proudly serves on the Board of Directors of the United States Navy Memorial Foundation.

LOCATION: Charles Schwab 215 Fremont Street, 1st Floor, San Francisco

PARKING: Underground parking 1 block away in the Orrick Building: Entrance on 1st Street, between Howard and Folsom ($2.75/ hour).

BART/MUNI: Exit the Embarcadero Station, walk 2 blocks down to Fremont Street, Left onto Fremont, 3 blocks to 215 Fremont Street.

PAYMENT: If you will be submitting payment via check, please make it out to SF NASPP, and mail it to: SF NASPP, 4100 Redwood Road, Suite 183, Oakland, CA 94619-2363.

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Continuing Education Credits: 1 CEP (Various)