We Moved! As of November 17, 2014, our address is 1629 Telegraph Ave., Suite 200, Oakland, CA 94612. (Our phone numbers remain the same.)
Home » Webinars »

WEBINAR REPLAY

Equity Compensation Taxation for Private Companies

From Our Equity Compensation Webinar Track

Have you been looking for a way to network and gain CEP continuing education hours? Why not attend the NCEO's equity compensation Webinars? In response to questions and comments from practitioners all over the U.S., the NCEO has developed these online seminars to focus on equity compensation plan administration—for administrators to ask questions, share ideas, and gain CEP continuing education hours. The Webinars last one hour (1 CEP continuing education unit per hour) and discuss a hot topic.

This replay was recorded on February 27, 2013.

About This Meeting

This session discusses important issues in equity compensation taxation for privately held companies including: U.S. tax issues, general tax rules - options, RSAs, RSUs, incentive stock options, Code Section 83(b) Election, Code Section 409A, grants to non-employees, non-US tax issues, special issues, and non-US regulatory issues to watch out for.

This Webinar has already taken place. It is available as a free replay in the members-only area of this site.

Presenters

Victor Flores

presenter photologo

Baker & McKenzie

Victor is of counsel in the San Francisco/Palo Alto office of Baker & McKenzie LLP. Victor helps US and non-US companies — both public and private — design and implement equity and non-equity based compensation programs. He also represents companies in the negotiation of executive employment, termination, and change in control and severance arrangements. Victor also advises clients with the tax, securities and corporate law issues that arise with the administration of compensation programs.

Alison Wright

presenter photologo

Baker & McKenzie LLP

Alison is a partner in the San Francisco/Palo Alto office of Baker & McKenzie LLP. Alison's practice focuses on the tax, securities, and ERISA aspects of executive and equity compensation (including non-qualified deferred compensation plans, stock compensation plans, and ESOPs). It also includes traditional employee benefit plans—401(k) and other retirement plans—health and welfare plans, and cafeteria plans.