Zurich, 27 October 2015
Equatex is excited to announce that our US team will be attending the NASPP 23rd annual conference, which is taking place in San Diego, California. It is the first time that Equatex has been represented at the conference.
NASPP (National Association of Stock Plan Professionals) is the leading US membership association for more than 6,000 stock plan professional members. Running from 26–30 October, the conference brings together top industry experts to share the latest essential and practical guidance for all those involved in equity compensation.
During the conference, the US team will host a booth, as well as various events and dinners for Equatex’s clients and partners in San Diego.
“We are looking forward to taking part in the NASPP this year to meet with our global clients in the US and share our recent and planned developments with the marketplace,” says Equatex’s Business Development Officer, Julia Tensfeldt. “As a global provider, we are committed to the industry’s efforts to share and enhance equity compensation knowledge worldwide. It will be a fantastic event – those at the conference can stop by booth #8 to learn more about our exciting plans for the coming year.”
The NASPP conference follows another key industry event in the US. The 5th annual GEO National Equity Compensation Forum was recently held in Arizona. Equatex’s US team attended the event as delegates and took the opportunity to meet with US-based clients and partners while also participating in educational sessions and the GEO Providers Council meeting.
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.