Staying Private: Liquidity Options for Equity Compensation Plans
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This replay was recorded on July 12, 2016.
About This Meeting
Many entrepreneurial companies want to stay private for many more years or perhaps indefinitely. How can you provide liquidity for employee owners and not to an IPO or be sold?
Approaches to providing liquidity for private company owners, including employees with equity awards.
Sources of financing, including secondary investors, ESOPs, and secondary markets.
National Center for Employee Ownership
Corey founded the National Center for Employee Ownership in 1981 after working five years as a professional staff member in the U.S. Senate, where he helped draft legislation on employee ownership plans. Prior to that, he taught political science at Ripon College. He is the author or co-author of over 100 articles and numerous books on employee ownership. He has a PhD in political science from Cornell University. He currently serves on a number of ESOP company boards.
Nasdaq Private Market
Carine is president of equity management solutions, Nasdaq Private Market(NPM), and works with companies to optimize their employee share plan services. Carine has been the CEO of EASi and Global Shares, a Partner with PwC and held senior positions with Morgan Stanley, Towers Watson, and Oracle. Carine co-founded the Global Equity Organization (www.globalequity.org) and serves as the chairperson. She has been the chair of the Santa Clara University CEP advisory board and is the founder and president of the American Coalition of Stock Plan Administrators and was executive director of the NASPP.