Become a master of ESPP design with our clever hacks, tips, tricks, and cheats.
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ESPP’s are more popular than ever, in part because they deliver similar benefits as other types of equity compensation, but often at a lower cost. If you haven’t been asked to evaluate your existing program for competitiveness or to consider the addition of a plan, chances are you will be soon. Become a master of ESPP design with our clever hacks, tips, tricks, and cheats. We’ve got all the details on ESPP features you may not understand or even know about.
Get answers to questions such as:
How can companies reduce the cost of their ESPP while still offering a great benefit?
Is a match better than a discount?
What features can you offer in a nonqualified plan that don’t work in a Section 423 plan?
What are the advantages of allowing participants to purchase fractional shares?
How can administration of your ESPP be streamlined?
- Tresa King, Senior Stock Plan Administrator, UnitedHealth Group
- Charles Russo, Vice President and Regional Manager, Computershare
- Robyn Shutak, Equity Advisory Services Practice Leader, Computershare
This program qualifies for continuing education for Certified Equity Professionals (CEPs). Please keep a record of your attendance and refer to the CEP Institute standards
to determine the amount of credit you can receive.
Visit Naspp.com on the day of the program and click the link for the webinar. You will be asked to register by entering your name, company, and email address. Make sure you are ready! Click here
to test your system before the webcast begins.
There is no charge for this program if you are a member of the NASPP for 2021. Cost for non-members is $975. Join
a membership to receive complimentary access to this program and all member benefits now through 2021.
Advanced registration is not required for NASPP members. Non-members can email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (925) 685-9271 to register for the program.
The recording of the webinar will be posted shortly after the conclusion of the live program.