20th Annual NASPP Conference
Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits in various states will be
available to attendees of the 20th Annual NASPP Conference, The
Say-on-Pay Workshop: 9th Annual Executive Compensation Conference, and
7th Annual Proxy Disclosure Conference. CLE credit is not available for
the Advanced Issues in Restricted Stock course.
Attendees are not required to register in advance for CLE credit, but
will need to follow special sign-in/out procedures at the live events
and during the live videocasts. Additional information on these
procedures will be provided in the Conference Guidebook.
Certified Equity Professionals (CEPs) can earn continuing education
credits for the 20th Annual NASPP Conference and all related
pre-Conference programs. Advance registration is not required to earn
this credit, nor are attendees required to sign in and out of sessions
at the live event or videocasts. Attendees must keep their own records
of their attendance, including the specific sessions they attended, so
they can report this information to the CEP Institute when required.
CEPs can earn .25 credits for each 15 minutes of educational
programming they attend at the Conference and related Conference
Attendees of the 20th Annual NASPP Conference and the Advanced Issues
in Restricted Stock course can earn Continuing Professional Education
(CPE) credit. Attendees must register for this credit in advance and
will be subject to a $100 administrative fee, to cover costs the NASPP
incurs for monitoring attendance at Conference sessions and other
recordkeeping procedures that NASBA requires us to follow. In addition,
attendees will need to sign-in and out of each session they attend.
CPE Credit Sign-In/Out Form
Attendees can earn a maximum of 17.5 CPE credits for attendance at
the 20th Annual NASPP Conference. This includes 1.5 credits for the
keynote and plenary session on Tuesday, October 9; 1 credit for the
keynote on Wednesday, October 10; and 1.5 credits for each breakout
The program level for sessions at the 20th Annual NASPP Conference
are indicated in each
description, with the designation of I for basic, II for
intermediate, and III for advanced. Sessions designated as basic (I)
have no prerequisites and are designed for individuals new to the topic
or those with limited experience. Intermediate sessions (II) build upon
topics discussed in the basic program and are suited for individuals
with 3-5 years experience in the field or commensurate education.
Advanced sessions (III) are most useful for individuals with more than 5
years experience or commensurate education in the designated topic.
These sessions focus on the development of in-depth or specialized
Attendees can earn a maximum of 7.5 CPE credits for attendance at the
Advanced Issues in Restricted Stock Course: 3 CPE credits in the
Taxation field of study and 4.5 credits in the Administrative Practice
field of study. The level of this program is intermediate to advanced.
Individuals attending this program should have a familiarity with the
fundamental tax, accounting, legal, and administrative requirements for
restricted stock and unit programs. Individuals that are new to
restricted stock and unit programs should read the article "Restricted
Stock Plans," available in the NASPP's Restricted Stock Portal and
may want to complete the NASPP program "Restricted
Stock Essentials," before attending this course.
CPE credit is not available for the 7th Annual Proxy Disclosure
Conference or for the videocast of the 9th Annual Executive Compensation
The NASPP is registered with the National Association of State Boards
of Accountancy (NASBA) as a sponsor of continuing professional education
on the National Registry of CPE Sponsors. State boards of accountancy
have final authority on the acceptance of individual courses for CPE
credit. Complaints regarding registered sponsors may be submitted to the
National Registry of CPE Sponsors through its website: www.learningmarket.org