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Be there for the 27th annual event Sept. 16-19, 2019 in New Orleans!
Our popular “Meet the Speaker” series, featuring interviews with speakers at the 26th Annual NASPP Conference, is a great way to get to know our many distinguished speakers and find out more about their sessions in advance of the Conference.
For today’s “Meet the Speaker” interview, we feature an interview with Jo Anne Rioli Moeller of J.A.R. Moeller LLC, who will lead the session “Evolution of an LTI Program after an IPO.” Here is what Jo Anne had to say:
NASPP: What is the elevator pitch for your topic?
Jo Anne: Hear why an LTI program requires an annual review.
NASPP: What is one action should companies be taking now?
Jo Anne: Companies should be modeling the potential LTI payout. This is needed for early identification of the business, tax law, and regulatory changes that may have a significant impact on an LTI plan design. The compensation committee typically appreciates having time to evaluate potential updates in the plan design for the next grant or a request to make an exception for a plan award value.
NASPP: What is the silver lining to your topic?
Jo Anne: The silver lining to working with LTI plan design is gaining the understanding of the factors that impact the company's business and ultimately the stock price.
NASPP: If you weren't in stock compensation, what would you be doing?
Jo Anne: I would be a labor economist because it explores the impact that people have on business.
Don’t miss Jo Anne’s session, “Evolution of an LTI Program after an IPO,” at the NASPP Conference!
The 26th Annual NASPP Conference will be held from September 25-28 in San Diego. This year’s program features close to 100 sessions on today’s most timely topics in stock and executive compensation; check out the full agenda and register today!