Structuring of Executive Compensation Arrangements in the Private Equity Environment Today and Tomorrow' Webinar scheduled for February 15th

'Structuring of Executive Compensation Arrangements in the Private Equity Environment Today and Tomorrow' Webinar scheduled for February 15th

February 2, 2011

Due to a presenter's family illness, the IVCA event scheduled for January 18th was cancelled. We are now offering this event as a Webinar on February 15th at 12:15 - “ 1:30. Register Now!

In addition to surveying tax efficient compensation trends in the private equity landscape, this event will reveal sophisticated negotiation techniques used by practitioners representing both PE funds and portfolio company management in the ongoing struggle for compensatory arrangements that are both lucrative and effective drivers of performance. Our experienced panel will describe actual negotiation scenarios that resulted in windfall results, disastrously unintended consequences, and the coveted win-win..

The Webinar will present case studies of executive compensation scenarios at both the fund and portfolio company level in today's environment. Also included in the presentation will be a robust discussion of the likely impact that the recent Republican gains in Congress will have on the Carried Interest legislation as well as the impact that this legislation could (if ultimately enacted in its current proposed form) have on Private Equity compensation structuring and design. The presenters will strive to impart an appreciation for the radical legal considerations involved in building successful executive compensation programs as well as an understanding of the market and political trends that are threatening to materially change many of the fundamental aspects of these arrangements.

Speakers:
John Martini, Partner and Chair, Reed Smith LLP, Tax, Benefits, and Wealth Planning Group
James Tandler, Partner and Tax Team Lead, Reed Smith LLP

Moderators:
Brad Schmarak, Partner and Co-Chair, Reed Smith LLP Private Equity Group
Seth Hemming, Partner and Vice Chair, Reed Smith LLP U.S. Corporate & Securities Group and Co-Chair of the firm's Private Equity Group

Free to IVCA members!

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