Global Equity Compensation Newsletter / Issue 6 / June 2013
in Share-based Compensation
Baker & McKenzie Compensation & Benefits Quarterly Update May 2013
PricewaterhouseCoopers Global Equity Compensation Newsletter /Issue 5 / May 2013
Global Equity Compensation Newsletter / Issue 4 / April 2013
Keynote I – Are Employee Shareholders The Better Investors?
Key considerations for any company in development of their employee share programs include the perspectives of the various stakeholders in the process – a well-designed program is one that contemplates not only the needs of the employees but includes consideration of the needs of the company’s investors, partners and also the overall public opinion.
Employee Stock Options, Stock Purchase Rights,
Restricted Stock and Restricted Stock Units
Keynote IV - Why Have a Global Employee Share Plan
Companies invest an enormous amount of resources in their global employee share plans – this session will address the watershed question of whether or not the time and money dedicated to global share plans are really worth it.
Does Compensation Need To Include Equity? Swiss Tradition Versus Global Mindset
Join this session for a focus on the equity compensation culture in the DACH region. Attendees will gain an understanding of the equity use in this area supplemented by survey results from the FAZ survey.
Beyond the Share Plan: True Global Employee Share Ownership
Royal Dutch Shell ("Shell") offers a number of employee share-based plans globally. Working with its third-party service providers, Shell created a global nominee product called the Vested Share Account—a program offering participants the ability to retain, sell or transfer shares at their leisure without having to make snap decisions at vesting points.