To celebrate the Holidays, please join the SVC NASPP for a special chapter meeting which will include a special champagne networking session and a festive holiday lunch. In addition to all this, there will be a raffle, giving away prizes.
Join us as we discuss the latest key developments and trends impacting global share plans. Our speakers will take you on a tour around the world and review tax and regulatory updates in Australia, Belgium, Canada, India, Ireland, Poland, the UK and more. They will share their experience in approaching these changes and provide you with an action plan to stay compliant. Our speakers will also address some of the recent (or continuing) trends we are seeing for share-based compensation programs, such as grants to PEO/EoR employees, proliferation of ESPP and other all-employee programs, treatment of awards in RIFs, etc. Come prepared to ask questions and share your experiences!
In this session, we will:
• Address the most relevant legal, regulatory and tax updates impacting equity compensation in countries around the world.
• Offer practical solutions regarding how to respond to recent global equity developments.
• Provide information on trends we see in the equity industry and possible developments in the near future that equity plan professionals should prepare for.
Denise Glagau, Baker McKenzie
Denise Glagau is a partner in Baker McKenzie's North America Employment and Compensation practice and leads the Compensation practice in the Firm's California offices. Denise has authored several articles and frequently speaks on topics of interest for legal and other professionals dealing with share plan issues. She is on the Advisory Board of the Certified Equity Professionals Institute (CEPI) of Santa Clara University, serves as the Secretary of the Board of Directors of the National Association of Stock Plan Professionals (NASPP) San Francisco Chapter and is a member of the Global Equity Organization (GEO). She is recognized as a ranked practitioner by Chambers USA in the area of Employee Benefits & Executive Compensation. She is also a member of Baker McKenzie's Financial Institutions and Healthcare & Lifesciences industry groups. Denise advises public and private multinational companies on the tax and legal issues related to offering employee share plans and other incentive compensation programs in their home countries and on a global basis. She works with companies to design equity plans, draft award documentation, review and optimize tax implications, comply with securities registration, exchange control and other regulatory requirements, minimize labor law exposure, and address data privacy concerns and other compliance issues associated with offering employee equity and other incentive plans around the world. She also advises companies on the implications of corporate transactions on equity plans and awards, including assisting with tax rulings, regulatory filings and employee communications.
Barbara Klementz, Baker McKenzie
Barbara Klementz is the chair of Baker McKenzie's North American Compensation Practice. She has practiced in the area of global equity and executive compensation for over 20 years. Barbara has authored several articles on global equity issues for the BNA Executive Compensation Journal, Journal of Corporate Taxation and San Francisco and Los Angeles Daily Journal, among others, and she is the author of a blog on global equity related topics called the Global Equity Equation. She is also a frequent speaker on a variety of global equity topics. Barbara is recognized as a ranked practitioner by Chambers USA. Chambers states that she "consistently delivers top-notch assistance and work product, and is a true expert in the field." Barbara is admitted to private practice in California and Düsseldorf, Germany. Barbara focuses her practice on global equity compensation programs, executive compensation and employee benefits. She regularly advises multinational companies on implementing their equity compensation and other incentive programs worldwide - particularly as it relates to tax and securities law matters and exchange control regulations. Barbara also frequently advises on the treatment of such programs in corporate transactions, including mergers and acquisitions, spin-offs and divestitures, as well as on the tax treatment of cross-border employees participating in such programs.
This meeting qualifies for Certified Equity Professionals for 1.0 hour of CEP.
The health and safety of our members is very important to us. Currently our host requires visitors to either show proof of vaccination or a negative Covid test to enter the campus, so attendees will need to provide proof at the Marvell front desk upon arrival.
**A catered lunch will be provided to all attendees**
Also the Silicon Valley Chapter of the NASPP is proud to announce the first annual toy drive at our upcoming holiday event. For those who would like to participate, below is some information and link to CHoNC (Children's Health of Northern California) based in Campbell, CA.
CHoNC, provides acute, subacute, and educational services to severely disabled or catastrophically injured children. The organization focuses on comprehensive respiratory services, inpatient subacute care, outpatient subacute care, respite care, and educational programs in collaboration with the Santa Clara County Office of Education.
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We look forward to seeing you at our upcoming holiday event and thank you for your participation in our toy drive!
Registration closes on Monday, December 5th.