In the current economic context where it is becoming increasingly difficult to attract and retain talent, rewarding long-term performances should be part of each company's strategy. It can however be challenging in practice to set up Long-Term Incentive Plans (LTIPs) that are secured from a legal perspective and aligned with a company's strategic business objectives.
Please join our Tax and Employment Law Team on Thursday, 25 May at noon for an update on Long-Term Incentive Plans (LTIPs), followed by a networking lunch at our offices.
Philippe François, Ken Lioen, Aurélien Lenaerts and Hanne Nelissen will guide you through the available types of LTIPs and discuss the legal pros and cons to keep in mind when determining a LTIP strategy.
Specific attention will be given to:
- the implementation of an LTIP depending on the context (e.g. private equity, listed company, start-up);
- constraints and attention points from an employment law perspective;
- potential regulatory constraints (e.g. prospectus obligation);
- the financing modalities of the plan (e.g. financing of the acquisition of shares by employees);
- the expected impact of the Belgian tax reform;
Presentations will be given in the speaker's mother tongue (i.e. Dutch or French).
Register for this webinar by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note that lawyers and employees of other law firms cannot participate in this event.