Get Ready for the Next East Bay Area Chapter Meeting
This meeting has been postponed. Stay tuned for an updated schedule.
Date: To be announced
Time: 8:30am - 9:00am Registration, 9:00am - 10:00am Presentation
Location: Merrill Lynch's Office in Oakland, 111 Broadway (a convenient 1.5 blocks from the 12th Street BART in Oakland!)
Cost: Issuer Members: Free; Non-Issuer Members and Issuer Non-Members: $20; Non-Pre-Registered Walk-Ins and Non-Issuer Non-Members: $50
Registration: Please register in advance so that we can order the right amount of breakfast goodies!
PAST CHAPTER EVENTS
Highlights from 6 March 2014
GEO Northern California Forum
The GEO Northern California Forum has concluded. Visit the Forum page for more information.
Highlights from 20 November 2013
East Bay Chapter Meeting
10 Best Practices for Granting Global Equity Awards
This presentation will provide participants with "10 Best Practices for Granting Global Equity Awards" answering questions such as:
- Why does a "global" award agreement makes sense?
- Where should companies on a budget focus their compliance efforts?
- How can I keep track of the tax withholding requirements for equity awards in 40 countries?
This session will provide practical (and often inexpensive ways) of managing global equity grants.
Barbara Klementz of Baker & McKenzie
Denise Glagau of Baker & McKenzie
Barbara Klementz is a partner in the Global Equity Services Group in Baker & McKenzie's San Francisco office, where she is co-chair of the San Francisco/Palo Alto Compensation and Employment Law Practice Group. Denise Glagau is a partner in the Global Equity Services Group in Baker & McKenzie's San Francisco office. The members of the Global Equity Services Group assist public and private companies offering employee equity plans around the world. Since the group was established in the early 90s, it has helped 500+ companies (including many of the Fortune 100 companies) roll out and maintain compliance for their global equity plans. Barbara and Denise advise companies on plan design, tax considerations, securities filing and disclosure requirements, exchange control rules, labor law exposure, data privacy concerns and other compliance issues connected to offering employee equity plans in different jurisdictions. In addition, they both have extensive experience advising companies on the effects of mergers, reorganizations, spin-offs and other corporate adjustments on their employee equity programs.
Highlights from 18 April 2013
GEO California Forum
The GEO California Forum has concluded. Visit the Forum website for access to the presentations: