Online Seminar - Private Lives: Stock Option Expensing and Minimum Disclosure Requirements for Private CompaniesMay 17, 2010 Posted by: Jannet Calix
This free Web seminar replay focuses on managing stock option expensing and minimum disclosure requirements as a privately-held company.
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Whether your company is a start-up or a long-established private firm, the same issues are often stumbling blocks. Our expert panelists discuss inputs for option-pricing models, methods for determining appropriate forfeiture rates, and how to navigate through the detailed minimum disclosures that are required with insight into unique attributes of private companies and how they impact disclosures.
Jannet Calix - Director, Product Development, SVB Analytics - eProsper
Elizabeth Dodge - Vice President, Stock & Option Solutions
Jay Seliber - Audit Partner, PricewaterhouseCoopers
This seminar cover these and other topics:
An overview of some of the basic concepts in accounting for equity compensationA review of required option-pricing model inputs and how to determine themA discussion of forfeiture rates - how to determine and apply themA summary of the minimum disclosure requirements under the current accounting standards and how to compile them for private firmsA high-level recap of modification accounting often required for private companies when grant terms are changed due to modifications Read More