2014 Conference Library

NameSizeHits
NameSizeHits
ESOP Administration from the Company's Perspective579.6 KiB1257
Pete Shuler, Crowe Horwath, LLP; David Johanson, Jackson Lewis P.C.; Deb Webb, Buckeye Corrugated, Inc.
ESOP Legal and Fiduciary Update330.0 KiB1751
Jim Steiker, SES Advisors, Inc.; Ken Serwinski, Prairie Capital Advisors, Inc.; Tim Jochim, ESOP Plus: Schatz Brown Glassman Kossow; Tracey Woolsey, Horizon Trust & Investment Management
Health Care: Code, Coverage, Compliance2.4 MiB354
Paul Catania, The Oswald Companies; David Whaley, Dinsmire & Shohl LLP; Jesse Thomas, InHealth Mutual
Managing The Repurchase Obligation487.0 KiB1096
Tina DiCroce, ESOP Economics, Inc.; Tina Fisher, SES Advisors, Inc.; Ann Caresani, Porter Wright Morris & Arthur LLP
Forecasting repurchase obligations early on in the life of an ESOP can help with understanding how aspects of plan design, amortization of the internal loan, the repurchase method, or funding strategy in place might impact the company's ability to manage the ESOP down the road.
Selling Your Company to a Worker-Owner Cooperative1.8 MiB535
Jennie Scheinbach, Pattycake Bakery
The Path To 100% ESOP Ownership1.0 MiB969
Ben Wells, Dinsmore & Shohl LLP; Julie Williams, Chase; Ted Lape, Lazear Capital Partners
Key considerations and steps involved in transitioning to 100% ESOP ownership.
You Want to Do What With Your ESOP?615.9 KiB890
Barbara Clough, Blue Ridge ESOP Associates; Kjersti Cory, BTC ESOP Services/Bankers Trust Company; Kristy Britsch, Dinsmore & Shohl LLP

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