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WEBINAR REPLAY

Equity Compensation for Privately Held Companies

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This replay was recorded on May 7, 2019.

About This Meeting

This Webinar looks at the forms of equity compensation available for closely held companies, including stock options, stock appreciation rights, phantom stock, restricted stock, and restricted stock units. We will also explore how to decide how much equity to share, how to decide how much to provide to different employees, who should be eligible for equity awards, and what rules make sense, and who should get equity with what rules.

Your will learn:

Presenter

Dan Walter

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FutureSense

Dan is a managing consultant at FutureSense, a holistic human capital consulting firm. He has worked in the field of compensation since 1994. Dan was previously the founder of Performensation. His expertise includes equity compensation, performance-based pay, executive compensation, and talent management issues. He has also been the architect of software solutions and administrative and technological best practices used by many companies. Dan has coauthored several books on compensation and is a popular blogger on the topic. He also does dozens of presentations every year.