Wed, Dec 02|
ttCareer Development Webinar: Compensation Plans & US Tax Implications in Biotech Industry (Presented by SAPA-NE & EY)
Dec 02, 2020, 8:00 PM – 9:00 PM EST
About the Event
活动时间：2020年12月2日晚8点 – 9点（美东）
Stock options and various equity award plans have become a significant component of employee and executive compensation packages, and also more and more complicated as they evolve over the years. Employers offer these benefits for talent acquisition and retention; whereas employees hope to realize the full earnings down the road with the potential benefit of tax deferral. Our one-hour session with EY experts aims to help you better understand and manage these different plans and the related company-level and individual-level tax implications.
Jason S French, Managing Director, EY People Advisory Services
Jason is a Managing Director in the People Advisory Services practice of EY, with 15 years of experience related to the analysis, design and implementation of compensation and benefit matters for both US domestic and internationally mobile employees. Jason’s areas of expertise are specifically within the compensation and benefits space for both US and multinational companies around the globe, equity compensation, global equity, golden parachutes, annual & long-term incentive plan and design, payroll and tax withholding, and US tax technical matters. Jason also advises companies on SEC Executive Compensation Proxy Disclosure rules and director compensation matters.
Claudia Timmermans, Senior Manager, EY People Advisory Services
Claudia has over 8 years of experience advising clients regarding (global) compensation and benefits arrangements. Claudia has significant experience on assisting clients with maximizing the benefits of equity compensation plans for mobile employee workforces, which includes advising clients on equity plan design and implementation, tax feasibility and due diligence, risk mitigation, global payroll transformation and employee education. She also advises clients on the implications of Internal Revenue Code Sections 162(m), 280G (golden parachutes), 409A, and 457A.