409A Deferred Compensation - Compliant vs. Exempt Awards
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This replay was recorded on August 29, 2012.
About This MeetingInternal Revenue Code 409A is a daunting piece of tax code that can result in serious monetary consequences to award recipients if equity compensation awards are not properly structured or deferrals of those award payouts are not properly handled. Join Alison Wright, a tax and deferred compensation expert at the lawfirm of Baker & MacKenzie, to learn about the differences between deferred compensation awards that are compliant with 409A or exempt from 409A.
Learning objectives of this webinar include:
- 409A as it relates to equity compensation and deferred compensation
- 409A compliant awards
- 409A exempt awards
- Bringing non-compliant awards into compliance
- How to defer compensation without triggering 409A consequences
- Consequences of improperly deferred compensation
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Alison Wright and Victor Flores, Baker & McKenzie LLP;
Baker & McKenzieVictor 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.