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Top Trends in Equity Plan Design
Find out the latest practices and trends in sto...
#68: Equity Outliers-Are They Really Doing That? With Fred Whittlesey
#67: Tips for Successful Negotiating with Carine Schneider, AST
#66: Issues and Mistakes in Counting the Vote with Keith Bishop from Allen Matkins
Embracing Equity Outliers
Why gravitating towards the norm and away from outlier scenarios may create missed opportunities in equity compensation plan design and practices.
Protect Your Stock Plan From a Recession
Five questions to ask to determine if your stock plan is recession-proof. Plus, a discount on registration for myStockOptions.com's Financial Planning for Public Company Executives and Directors co...
Three SEC Updates to Keep an Eye on
Are we going to see updates to Rule 701 and Form S-8 this year? Plus, the status of remaining Dodd-Frank rulemaking and proposed accelerated filer definitions.
Employee Shareholders Become Activists
Some employees are leveraging their status as shareholders (by way of being stock plan participants) to bring forward shareholder proposals.
How Trustworthy Are Your Friends and Family?
If you disclosed material nonpublic information about your employer to your closest friends and family, could you trust them not to trade on it? These six SEC enforcement actions suggest that you s...