TheCorporateCounsel.net and CompensationStandards.com presents. . .
Catch-Up Now - Register for Video Archives of this Pair of Blockbuster Conferences:
November 2009 in SF
With Congress, the SEC Staff, investors and the media scrutinizing this year's disclosures, it is critical to have the best possible guidance for addressing next year's proxy statement compensation disclosures like never before. Led by an expert faculty, you will learn how to properly prepare your compensation disclosures and how to resolve many of the difficult issues that you will continue to face. This pair of full-day conferences will be a "must" for anyone who has any role in setting/approving compensation or the preparation or review of proxy statements.
We know that many of you—and your companies—are hurting in ways that we all never dreamed of. And that times are tough and going to a Conference is the last thing on your mind. But in the wake of this terrible economy, Congress and the regulators are intent on shaking things up, with huge changes afoot for executive compensation and the related disclosures—that will impact every public company. With this in mind, we are doing our part to help you address all these critical changes—and avoid costly pitfalls—by offering a special early bird discount rate so that you can attend these critical conferences.
Like last year's blockbuster conferences, an archive of the entire video for both conferences will be right there at your desktop to refer to - and refresh your memory - when you are actually grappling with drafting the disclosures or reviewing/approving pay packages. Here are FAQs about the Conferences.
|Two Conferences in One! We have combined both of our popular Conferences - one focusing on proxy disclosures and the other on compensation practices - into one package to simplify registration.
Who Should Attend: Every person responsible for preparing and reviewing compensation disclosures - and every person responsible for implementing executive and equity compensation plans or who counsels or advises boards - including CEOs, CFOs, directors, HR staff, lawyers, corporate secretaries, accountants and consultants.