Zurich, 15 October 2015
In a drive to help raise the profile of employee share ownership and facilitate a dialogue between key stakeholders, international compensation plan services provider Equatex has announced it will support both the German Equity Day, a new conference platform held for the first time this year, and the Global Equity Organisation’s 2015 Pan European Regional event.
German Equity Day (“Tag der Teilhabe”) is a newly established conference that brings together high-profile decision makers from governments, industry groups and companies as well as leading academics to facilitate a dialogue on the topic of employee participation and share ownership. The one-day event aims to find ways of how employee share ownership can be further promoted and fostered to the mutual benefit of employers and employees. German Equity Day is held on 20 November in Berlin, Germany. Equatex supports the event as a main sponsor.
Equatex will also partner with the Global Equity Organisation’s (GEO) 2015 Pan European Regional Event taking place on 19 November in Berlin. The event is one of the compensation plan industry’s leading one-day event. It offers attendees a unique learning and networking opportunity and the chance to find solutions to strategic and operational challenges related to the design and implementation of compensation plans. Equatex supports the GEO Pan European Regional event as a premier sponsor.
Equatex Chief Operating Officer Frank Juhre said: “German Equity Day and the GEO Pan European Regional Event are two of our industry’s key conferences. We’re pleased to partner with both of them to help create high-profile forums not only for the compensation plan industry but also for a wider circle of stakeholders to discuss and shape the future of employee share ownership.”
Equatex provides international employee and executive compensation plan services for today’s global enterprise, supporting clients with participants across Europe, Asia, Australia and America. With world-class cloud technologies, Equatex enables companies to deliver engaging compensation schemes across borders, languages and currencies. Equatex currently supports around 200 international businesses and their 1.5 million employees, providing customised end-to-end solutions from funding instruments to administration and execution.