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November 13, 2019 Chapter Meeting

November 13, 2019

8:30 am ET to 10:00am ET


E*TRADE Financial
11 Times Square, 32nd Floor
Nw York, NY 10036
Equity Methods discusses the 2019 State of the Union in Equity Compensation

Speaker Information

Daniel Hunninghake
Daniel is a Director in Equity Methods’ financial reporting practice, where he helps large, publicly traded clients solve their most difficult equity compensation problems.
Daniel has expertise in both technical accounting and risk management. He drives new client implementations and process improvements for some of the group’s most complex engagements, and is known throughout the practice for knowledge sharing and project management. A key member of an internal steering committee dedicated to championing internal controls, he takes pride in training and mentoring up-and-coming staff to deepen their technical expertise and client service acumen.
Daniel holds bachelor and master of accountancy degrees from Arizona State University and is a licensed CPA in the state of Arizona.
Arjun Sathya
Arjun is a Manager at Equity Methods, an equity compensation valuation and financial reporting consultancy in Scottsdale, Arizona. He has served clients in a wide array of technical areas such as spin-out transactions, IFRS reporting, local and international equity tax issues, and emerging trends in equity compensation. Arjun is widely regarded throughout the firm for his dexterity in designing and managing complex equity compensation reporting processes, as well as superb project management in high-stakes and high-complexity engagements.
Arjun is a key member of various internal task forces devoted to associate onboarding and training. In this capacity, he provides leadership on recruiting, staffing, training, and project allocations. He holds an MBA in finance from the Thunderbird School of Global Management at Arizona State University, and earned a bachelor’s degree in computer science.

Event Details

In this session, Daniel Hunninghake and Arjun Satya will discuss compensation design and corporate governance trends, regulatory changes, risks and opportunities in equity accounting, and ways that volatility in the capital markets could affect equity. We’ll cover:
  •      Planning considerations should capital market volatility rise or fall
  •      Best-in-class reporting from the CAO’s vantage point
  •      The growing influence of environmental, social, and governance (ESG) concerns in compensation
  •      Emerging internal control (and related) risks in equity accounting
…and much more!

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