Understanding the threats that impact your mobile equity compliance is a daunting task. It can be difficult to keep track of where employees are located and identify which actions and factors may be triggering taxable events.

When evaluating risk exposure associated with international and domestic mobile equity and long-term incentive compliance, companies must consider a variety of factors:

  • Types of awards
  • Share volume
  • Stock price
  • Internal capabilities and bandwidth
  • Employee satisfaction, morale, and retention

In this informative 20-minute webcast, GTN mobile equity experts Tara Hagen and Lynn Carbo provide an overview of why equity risk is important for a company to address and delve into some of the key factors you should consider. Don't miss this opportunity to gain valuable insight into the complexities of mobile equity compliance and how you can mitigate risk for your company and employees.


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