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New Financial Strategies for ESOPs

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This replay was recorded on April 3, 2018.

About This Meeting

This webinar looks at two new innovative ESOP strategies that help mitigate common risks in ESOP transactions. The first looks at providing reasonably priced downside protection for ESOP participants in the case of a sharp drop in stock value. The second looks at providing a strategy for reinvestment of gains made from the sale to an ESOP that meet all the qualified replacement property requirements while proving the same flexibility and protection of an index fund. You will learn:

Presenters

S. Doug Pugliese

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Alpha Architect

Doug heads 1042 QRP Solutions at Alpha Architect, a quantitative finance manager of five publicly traded index funds that provides innovative and affordable passive equity index QRP roll-overs. Previously, Doug was a managing director in the investment banking division at Bear Stearns and also a Navy pilot. Doug received his BA from Penn and his MBA from NYU, where he was a Dean's Scholar and Stern Scholar.

Brian Yolles

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StockShield, LLC

Brian is the founder of StockShield LLC and inventor of the Stock Protection Trust, which delivered cost-effective results throughout the financial crisis. Brian began his career as an equity research associate at Dowling & Partners, an investment banking and capital markets firm, and has more than 15 years' experience developing innovative solutions for managing risk. Brian graduated from Yale University and earned his MBA from the UCLA Anderson School of Management.