PwC's monthly newsletter reporting on developments impacting global stock plans.
When granting equity awards, one of the most important questions is the tax effect of such awards. Granting awards that have a negative tax impact on the employee or the company is counter-productive and should lead companies to consider other ways to incentivize their employees. On the other hand, should companies maximize the availability of favorable tax treatment for equity awards in certain countries? This is not an easy question to answer.
It has been a year since the Brexit referendum, yet a great
deal remains unknown. Baker McKenzie asked what impact
this uncertainty is having on skilled workers from EU27
countries who are living and working in the UK.
We are seeing an accelerating trend among U.S. companies to add nonU.S.
residents to their Board of Directors. This makes sense: as more
and more companies "go global" and expand in ever more countries,
their Boards should reflect the global nature of the company.
Marlene Zobayan of Rutlen Associates highlights three key ways that the current market volatility may effect non-US participants and their equity awards.
30 European CEOs call on politicians to reform legislation that impacts employee stock plans.
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