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  • Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits

    GEO AWARD WINNER - 2023 Best Plan Communications (over 75,000 employees) Join us for an engaging session where we delve into the success story of Anglo American plc, a global mining giant with a diverse workforce spanning 19 countries. With a focus on their MyShare global share plan, we will explore how they achieved an outstanding 36% take-up rate in the first year, surpassing their 10% goal. The session will also shed light on the challenges they faced, their innovative communication strategy, and the valuable lessons learned.

    GEO AWARD WINNER - 2023 Best Plan Communications (over 75,000 employees)

    Join us for an engaging session where we delve into the success story of Anglo American plc, a global mining giant with a diverse workforce spanning 19 countries. With a focus on their MyShare global share plan, we will explore how they achieved an outstanding 36% take-up rate in the first year, surpassing their 10% goal. The session will also shed light on the challenges they faced, their innovative communication strategy, and the valuable lessons learned.

    KEY LEARNING POINTS:

    • Discover effective strategies for communicating a global share plan to employees working in diverse and remote locations
    • Gain insights into the role of local Reward Champions, People Managers, and online/offline communication methods in fostering plan participation
    • Learn from Anglo American's experience on how to build and evolve a successful global share plan in a challenging economic environment


    Chrissie Davis, Eximia (UK)

    Martha Parkhurst, Eximia (UK)

    Matt Mitchell, Anglo American (UK)

    CEP Continuing Education (CE) credit: 60 minutes

    CPE credits are provided for live webcasts only. Please visit our Continuing Education and Event Policies pages for more information.

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      • Issuer Member - Free!
      • Issuer Non-Member - $85
      • Provider/Advisor Member - Free!
      • Provider/Advisor Non-Member - $85
      • Academic Member - Free!
      • Academic Non-Member - $85
      • Staff Member - Free!
      • Non-member - $85
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  • Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Join us for an enlightening webcast as we delve into the insights uncovered by the Global Equity Insights Survey. During this session, we will retrospectively examine the key findings from the 2023 survey, shedding light on global trends in equity compensation and gaining a comprehensive understanding of the evolving landscape and its implications for companies worldwide.

    Join us for an enlightening webcast as we delve into the insights uncovered by the Global Equity Insights Survey.

    During this session, we will retrospectively examine the key findings from the 2023 survey, shedding light on global trends in equity compensation and gaining a comprehensive understanding of the evolving landscape and its implications for companies worldwide.

    Furthermore, we are excited to offer an exclusive preview of the thought-provoking questions slated for the ongoing 2024 survey.

    KEY LEARNING POINTS:

    • Uncover global equity compensation trends from the 2023 survey, exploring the evolving landscape's impact on organizations worldwide
    • Get an exclusive preview of new 2024 survey questions, capturing emerging trends like artificial intelligence in equity compensation
    • Engage in a dynamic discussion with experts, sharing your opinions on key survey topics


    Sheila Frierson, Computershare (US)

    Danyle Anderson, FGE, Bank of America (US)

    Sandra Sussman, FGE, SAP (US)

    Markus Stebe, Siemens AG (DE) 

    Andrew Thain, hkp///group (DE) 

    Emily Cervino, FGE, Fidelity (US) 

    Sebastian Wetzel, Siemens Energy (DE) 

    CEP Continuing Education (CE) credit: 60 minutes

    CPE credits are provided for live webcasts only. Please visit our Continuing Education and Event Policies pages for more information.

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      • Issuer Member - Free!
      • Issuer Non-Member - $85
      • Provider/Advisor Member - Free!
      • Provider/Advisor Non-Member - $85
      • Academic Member - Free!
      • Academic Non-Member - $85
      • Staff Member - Free!
      • Non-member - $85
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  • Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Start the new year with our expert panel exploring well-being. Join a lively session where personal stories, both positive and challenging, create a shared experience. The panel will highlight companies with successful wellness programs, offering practical examples for creating a thriving work environment.

    Start the new year with our expert panel exploring well-being. Join a lively session where personal stories, both positive and challenging, create a shared experience. The panel will highlight companies with successful wellness programs, offering practical examples for creating a thriving work environment.

    KEY LEARNING POINTS:

    • Delve into the scientific intricacies of how cortisol and adrenaline flooding can adversely affect our bodies, providing a comprehensive understanding of the physiological consequences of stress
    • Gain valuable insights into balancing and incorporating different forms of rest into your routine for enhanced overall well-being
    • Acquire practical strategies for setting up backup systems to manage multiple responsibilities efficiently


    Sheila Frierson, Computershare (US)

    Donna Hammer, FGE, Lighthouse Equity Development(US)

    Lori Serrano, FGE, Outset Medical (US)

    CEP Continuing Education (CE) credit: 60 minutes

    CPE credits are provided for live webcasts only. Please visit our Continuing Education and Event Policies pages for more information.

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      • Issuer Member - Free!
      • Issuer Non-Member - $85
      • Provider/Advisor Member - Free!
      • Provider/Advisor Non-Member - $85
      • Academic Member - Free!
      • Academic Non-Member - $85
      • Staff Member - Free!
      • Non-member - $85
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  • Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Although long-term incentive awards have long been a key component of executive total compensation packages in public companies, they have been growing in prominence at private companies as a viable tool to attract and retain top talent. Join us for a discussion of the pros and cons of cash and equity-based LTI awards at private companies and how the selection of the appropriate LTI vehicle is linked to program goals and the life cycle stage of the company.

    Although long-term incentive awards have long been a key component of executive total compensation packages in public companies, they have been growing in prominence at private companies as a viable tool to attract and retain top talent.  Join us for a discussion of the pros and cons of cash and equity-based LTI awards at private companies and how the selection of the appropriate LTI vehicle is linked to program goals and the life cycle stage of the company. 

    KEY LEARNINGS:

    • Overview of LTI trends in private companies
    • Overview of most prevalent cash and equity-based vehicles for private companies
    • Summary of the key features and plan mechanics, pros and cons for employers and employees, and alignment with company life cycle stage



    Tom Ziemba, BDO (US)

    Kristen Kostner, BDO (US)

    CEP Continuing Education (CE) credit: 60 minutes

    CPE credits are provided for live webcasts only. Please visit our Continuing Education and Event Policies pages for more information.

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      • Issuer Member - Free!
      • Issuer Non-Member - $85
      • Provider/Advisor Member - Free!
      • Provider/Advisor Non-Member - $85
      • Academic Member - Free!
      • Academic Non-Member - $85
      • Staff Member - Free!
      • Non-member - $85
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  • Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits

    The SEC's final Pay vs. Performance (PvP) rule, released in August 2022, triggered a frantic race among issuers to understand and comply with its complex requirements. As a result, the 2023 proxy season became unforgettable for proxy preparers at both issuers and service providers. Equity Methods invites you to join their webcast, where they delve into their PvP database, housing over 600 PvP disclosures.

    The SEC's final Pay vs. Performance (PvP) rule, released in August 2022, triggered a frantic race among issuers to understand and comply with its complex requirements. As a result, the 2023 proxy season became unforgettable for proxy preparers at both issuers and service providers. Equity Methods invites you to join their webcast, where they delve into their PvP database, housing over 600 PvP disclosures.

    The webcast will provide a recap and summary of actual PvP disclosures filed in this year's proxies, along with important lessons learned by practitioners. Additionally, the discussion will cover emerging best practices and highlight considerations for companies as they prepare for their second PvP disclosure in 2024.

    Key Learning Points:

    • Understanding the impact of the SEC's final Pay vs. Performance rule on issuers and service providers during the 2023 proxy season.
    • Recap and analysis of actual PvP disclosures filed in proxies, offering insights into compliance and disclosure strategies.
    • Identifying best practices that have emerged from the PvP disclosures and outlining important considerations for future PvP disclosures.



    Nathan O'Connor, Equity Methods (US)

    Sinead Kelly, Baker McKenzie (US)

    CEP Continuing Education (CE) credit: 75 minutes

    CPE credits are provided for live webcasts only. Please visit our Continuing Education and Event Policies pages for more information.

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      • Issuer Member - Free!
      • Issuer Non-Member - $85
      • Provider/Advisor Member - Free!
      • Provider/Advisor Non-Member - $85
      • Academic Member - Free!
      • Academic Non-Member - $85
      • Staff Member - Free!
      • Non-member - $85
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  • Contains 16 Component(s)

    Global Share Plan Basics

    Specifically designed for emerging share plan practitioners, this standalone four-part educational program brings together experts from accounting, tax, legal, and administrative disciplines to partner with Issuer colleagues and present you with a globally-focused starter pack of core concepts and real-life case studies.

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      • Issuer Member - Free!
      • Issuer Non-Member - Free!
      • Provider/Advisor Member - Free!
      • Provider/Advisor Non-Member - Free!
      • Academic Member - Free!
      • Academic Non-Member - Free!
      • Government Member - Free!
      • Government Non-Member - Free!
      • Staff Member - Free!
      • Non-member - Free!
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  • Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits

    With the accelerating emergence of artificial intelligence (AI) in a rapidly evolving digital landscape, businesses must prioritize identifying and retaining their most skilled employees, particularly within the internal IT and digital sectors. Failing to do so can lead to the loss of valuable resources and hinder a company's competitive edge. Join us in an enlightening discussion as GEO Fellows delve into the powerful potential of equity programs, showcasing how these programs can serve as a unique instrument to incentivize and retain top talent, enabling businesses to thrive in the digital age.

    With the accelerating emergence of artificial intelligence (AI) in a rapidly evolving digital landscape, businesses must prioritize identifying and retaining their most skilled employees, particularly within the internal IT and digital sectors. Failing to do so can lead to the loss of valuable resources and hinder a company's competitive edge.

    Join us in an enlightening discussion as GEO Fellows delve into the powerful potential of equity programs, showcasing how these programs can serve as a unique instrument to incentivize and retain top talent, enabling businesses to thrive in the digital age.

    KEY LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

    1. Understand the importance of identifying uniquely skilled IT and digital employees for long-term company success.
    2. Explore the challenges companies face in retaining top talent in the competitive digital market.
    3. Discover how equity programs can be leveraged effectively to incentivize and retain the best IT and digital professionals, fostering sustained growth and a competitive advantage.



    Matt Connor, FGE, Lucid Motors (US)

    Chris Dohrmann, FGE, Global Shares - a J.P. Morgan Company (US)

    Yael Elbaz-Roiter, FGE, Total Rewards Consultant (IS)

    CEP Continuing Education (CE) credit: 75 minutes

    CPE credits are provided for live webcasts only. Please visit our Continuing Education and Event Policies pages for more information.

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      • Issuer Member - Free!
      • Issuer Non-Member - $85
      • Provider/Advisor Member - Free!
      • Provider/Advisor Non-Member - $85
      • Academic Member - Free!
      • Academic Non-Member - $85
      • Staff Member - Free!
      • Non-member - $85
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  • Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits

    GEO is committed to keeping you up to date on the latest developments happening around the world. This quarterly webcast series, "Global Equity Updates," is designed to easily keep abreast of the fast-paced changes happening in equity compensation. This webcast will cover new regulations, new reporting obligations, and other guidance recently issued or of interest in the industry during the recent quarter.

    GEO is committed to keeping you up to date on the latest developments happening around the world. This quarterly webcast series, "Global Equity Updates," is designed to easily keep abreast of the fast-paced changes happening in equity compensation. This webcast will cover new regulations, new reporting obligations, and other guidance recently issued or of interest in the industry during the recent quarter.


    Parmjit Sandhu, KMPG (US)

    Dinesh Sinniah, KPMG (US)

    Chris Barnes, KPMG (UK)

    CEP Continuing Education (CE) credit: 75 minutes

    CPE credits are provided for live webcasts only. Please visit our Continuing Education and Event Policies pages for more information.

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      • Issuer Member - Free!
      • Issuer Non-Member - $85
      • Provider/Advisor Member - Free!
      • Provider/Advisor Non-Member - $85
      • Academic Member - Free!
      • Academic Non-Member - $85
      • Staff Member - Free!
      • Non-member - $85
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  • Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Join us for an insightful webcast featuring esteemed representatives from the GEO Board, hailing from Canada, US, and UK. Together, we will delve into the pressing topic of effectively communicating the tax implications of equity compensation to your employees.

    Join us for an insightful webcast featuring esteemed representatives from the GEO Board, hailing from Canada, US, and UK. Together, we will delve into the pressing topic of effectively communicating the tax implications of equity compensation to your employees.

    During this webcast, you will:

    1. Gain valuable insights into the best practices employed by global organizations to effectively communicate tax implications related to equity compensation
    2. Understand the common concerns and questions that employees may have regarding tax implications. Learn how to address these concerns, ensuring employees are well-informed and confident about their equity compensation
    3. Discover effective communication techniques and tools that can foster employee engagement and promote a more positive perception of equity compensation programs



    Amelie Desrochers, Deloitte (CA)

    Tara Hagen, FGE, Global Tax Network (US)

    Hannah Needle, FGE, Tapestry Compliance (UK)

    CEP Continuing Education (CE) credit: 75 minutes

    CPE credits are provided for live webcasts only. Please visit our Continuing Education and Event Policies pages for more information.

    • Register
      • Issuer Member - Free!
      • Issuer Non-Member - $85
      • Provider/Advisor Member - Free!
      • Provider/Advisor Non-Member - $85
      • Academic Member - Free!
      • Academic Non-Member - $85
      • Staff Member - Free!
      • Non-member - $85
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  • Contains 2 Component(s), Includes Credits

    Now in its 11th consecutive year, the Global Equity Insights Survey is the leading global assessment of current market practice and trends regarding equity-based compensation across the world. With new focus topics each year, insights into new market developments help practitioners design and implement equity programs in the largest companies from diverse industries. Join us for a discussion of the latest trends with survey sponsors and panel experts.

    Now in its 11th consecutive year, the Global Equity Insights Survey is the leading global assessment of current market practice and trends regarding equity-based compensation across the world. With new focus topics each year, insights into new market developments help practitioners design and implement equity programs in the largest companies from diverse industries. Join us for a discussion of the latest trends with survey sponsors and panel experts.

    As a participant you will:

    Gain insights into global long-term trends and new developments with regard to the new focus topics: equal pay, global mobility, and digital transformation

    Learn key differences in market practice between the economic regions of the world, especially North America vs. Europe

    Receive a sneak peak of results from GEIS 2023 and insights from the panel experts




    Sheila Frierson, Computershare (US)

    Sandra Sussman, FGE, SAP (US)

    Andrew Thain, hkp/// (DE)

    Sebastian Wetzel, Siemens Eneregy (DE)

    CEP Continuing Education (CE) credit: 60 minutes

    CPE credits are provided for live webcasts only. Please visit our Continuing Education and Event Policies pages for more information.

    • Register
      • Issuer Member - Free!
      • Issuer Non-Member - $85
      • Provider/Advisor Member - Free!
      • Provider/Advisor Non-Member - $85
      • Academic Member - Free!
      • Academic Non-Member - $85
      • Staff Member - Free!
      • Non-member - $85
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