Many leading executive compensation experts agree that some of the most interesting and challenging issues in their practice in the context of privately held companies. This program is specifically designed to bring leading experts to discuss cutting edge advanced developments on compensation and other “reward” practices for the non-publicly traded company. Private equity funds and portfolio companies, startups, and closely-held mature ventures, face relentless competitive compensation considerations which need to be examined not only through a commercial lens, but also through the ever burgeoning legal and regulatory landscape. It is critical to be on top of any tax reform, recent regulatory announcements, cases and enforcement. While designed for private companies, public companies may still find interest in these practices to understand the legal and regulatory considerations driving the competitive forces at play in the search and retention of talent, and because their enterprises may themselves purchase interests in private companies.
What You Will Learn
- Leading practitioners’ perspectives on private company compensation
- Advanced insights on Section 280G and “golden parachutes.”
- Experienced views on the private equity compensation lifecycle
- Carried and other similar interests
- Selected advanced issues associated with private company executive compensation in M&A transactions.
Who Should Attend
Executive compensation practitioners at law firms and in-house at companies as well as those business leaders at private equity firms and other privately-held companies—and those at public companies that may purchase private companies or (later sell them)—will enjoy a star line up of hand-picked seasoned experts in this special forum. Those interested in remaining current and ahead of the curve on compensation practices outside of the public company space will find the challenges of the issues discussed enlightening and penetrating.
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