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Employee share plans and share option plans in times of economic uncertainty presentation


This presentation covers:

  • objectives of equity-based compensation
  • equity-based compensation structures
  • accounting considerations
  • tax considerations for Australian issuers
  • tax considerations for Australian subsidiaries of foreign issuers
  • superannuation contributions.

Author profiles

Sarah Inglis
Sarah is a Senior Manager in KPMG's Department of Professional Practice and a member of KPMG's international topic team on share-based payments. She has more than five years of experience in dealing with accounting for share-based payments across multiple industries under AIFRS. Over the last 5 years, Sarah has reviewed the remuneration report disclosures of share-based and other remuneration arrangements of companies ranging from ASX 100 to small listed companies. - Current at 25 November 2008
Andrew Hutt ATI
Andy is the National Leader of KPMG's International Executive Services practice, focusing on tax and financial matters arising from the employer-employee relationship. Andy has over 15 years experience in Australia advising clients on remuneration planning, employee share schemes, fringe benefits tax and other employer obligations. - Current at 18 February 2013
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