Employee Share Schemes
Date - 08 May 2019
Venue - Bartier Perry
Employee share schemes (ESS) are a great way of attracting, retaining and motivating employees. Share schemes can reward employee performance and align their interests with those of your company.
How do employee share schemes work and what are their benefits? As an established business, what do you need to consider?
Join us for a breakfast seminar with Accru Felsers Chartered Accountants to find out.
In this session, Bartier Perry’s Eric Kwan and Sam Harmer, along with Accru Felsers Chartered Accountant's Will Merdy, will give you the low-down on Employee Share Schemes (ESS) for medium to large organisations.
Our ESS experts will help you understand:
what is an ESS and how it works
the benefits you can expect from an ESS
how you can structure your ESS
what issues you need to think about before implementing an ESS (eg tax, commercial, compliance)
Please feel free to extend this invitation to colleagues where appropriate.
Will Merdy CA, MTax, Principal, Accru Felsers Chartered Accountants
Will works with both international and SME businesses, providing tax-effective solutions in challenging & volatile areas of taxation. He is known for his excellent analytical skills and use of business intelligence software to provide clients with meaningful reports and insights that help to drive their business growth. Will assists many online enterprises and digital startups to manage fast growth. His work involves him directly in international restructures, employee share schemes, inter-generational business transfers and business operations optimisation.
Eric Kwan has practised corporate and commercial law since 2007. He primarily advises businesses on their merger and acquisition transactions, corporate restructures and capital raising activities. He is very familiar with the Australian crowd-sourced funding regime.
Sam Harmer is a Lawyer in Bartier Perry’s Corporate and Commercial team and advises a broad range of clients across a variety of corporate and commercial areas. Sam has a particular interest in advising on competition and consumer law issues and enjoys learning about her client’s business environment so she can deliver tailored and practical solutions.
8.00 AM Registration & breakfast
8.30 AM Presentation
9.30 AM Event concludes
Bartier Perry - Level 10, 77 Castlereagh Street, Sydney
Free of charge
By 1 May unless the event is booked prior.