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When and Where
  • 7/20/2022 10:30 AM PDT
  • 7/20/2022 11:30 AM PDT
  • Virtual

When having conversations with your financial reporting partners, does it sometimes feel like there is a communication barrier? If so, join us as our experts help bridge the gap between human resources, executive compensation, financial reporting, and other functional areas. 

We will discuss compensation expense, deferred tax assets, and dilutive EPS in simple terms.

We will share lessons learned and best practices for strong and efficient cross-department communication, including tips from Texas Instruments and Chares River Laboratories on topics like plan design changes, grant issuance, acquisitions, modifications, stock price scenarios, special agreements, and more! 

Key Questions This Webinar Will Answer: 

  • What is Equity Compensation Expense, Deferred Tax Asset (DTA), and Dilutive Earning Per Share (EPS) in simple terms? Why is it important to your company? 
  • What are the benefits of strong cross-department communication and the importance of breaking down cross-department barriers? 
  • How can you think about things from another department’s perspective? Gain real life examples, tips, and best practices on strong cross-department communication from Texas Instruments and Charles River Laboratories. 
  • What are the key stock plan items to share across departments in a timely manner? How can you communicate these things effectively? 


All attendees are required to register in advance.  

  • NASPP Members: Current NASPP members can attend at no cost. 
  • Nonmembers: The cost for non-members is $975. 

Join or renew your membership to receive complimentary access to this program and all member benefits. 

Continuing Education: 

This program qualifies for continuing education for Certified Equity Professionals (CEPs). Please keep a record of your attendance and refer to the CEP Institute standards to determine the amount of credit you can receive. 


The recording of the webinar will be posted shortly after the conclusion of the live program.