Employee equity schemes can provide an effective means of attracting, retaining and incentivising key staff. However, structuring these schemes can be complicated as there is a range of ways to structure a scheme, and a range of legal, tax and commercial factors to consider when designing a scheme.
This webinar will take a practical approach that is aimed at ensuring that you are able to provide your clients with robust advice specific to their circumstances.
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By attending this webinar you will gain:
All lawyers advising clients on designs of employment equity schemes and those who wish to better understand recent developments in market practice and tax changes.
A background book written by the presenters is available in hard copy, PDF, or both. Please indicate your choice upon registration.
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Buddle Findlay, Wellington
Steve is a corporate lawyer with over 20 years' experience. He has expertise in M&A, capital raising, joint ventures, limited partnerships and employee equity. Steve’s clients include listed companies, large unlisted businesses and high growth tech companies. He has completed executive education in M&A and corporate finance at Melbourne Business School, and venture capital at University of California, Berkeley.
Buddle Findlay, Auckland
Tony has a highly regarded practice acting for public and private sector clients. He is the lead tax advisor for Buddle Findlay’s most significant corporate clients and as such is heavily involved in corporate restructurings and acquisitions, tax disputes, inbound and outbound investments and Customs and Excise duty matters. Tony also has significant experience in tax disputes and negotiations with the Commissioner, and regularly advises the New Zealand government. He is well known as a public speaker and has presented on a number of tax issues for the New Zealand Law Society and New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants.
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