1hr virtual webinar

19th November, 10.30am - Register here

Join KPMG UK and Enterprise Europe Network for a webinar on retaining, recruiting and motivating international talent during the transition period.

Bringing a mix of experience in reward arrangements for global talent, equity incentive arrangements and "IP to IPO" knowledge, this session will provide an overview of the post-Brexit recruitment world for SMEs and delve into employee rewards.

Key Takeaways

  • Brexit & COVID-19: the impact on equity incentives and broader employee reward
  • “IP to IPO” – avoiding common issues with equity incentives on Exit
  • Recruiting and retaining key talent, at home and overseas

About Our Speakers

Liz Hunter - Director, Equity Reward at KPMG UK

Liz has over 20 years’ experience as a specialist in the design, implementation and taxation of equity incentive arrangements. She holds a masters degree in employment law and industrial relations. Liz advises both quoted and private companies in relation to statutory and bespoke equity reward arrangements, for UK and global talent, throughout the full commercial life cycle.  In addition to support for discretionary incentives, Liz also has extensive experience in all-employee equity participation and employee ownership trusts.

George Wallace - Assistant Manager at KPMG UK

George advises clients on the UK tax, regulatory, design, market practice and corporate governance aspects of incentive arrangements, both on a UK domestic and global basis. His work focusses on the implementation and ongoing handling of share plans in UK private, VC and PE-backed companies, and he is experienced in dealing with the implications of transactional / IPO events on cash and equity-based incentives.

Salvatore Di Maggio - National Account Lead Life Sciences Tax at KPMG UK

Salvatore is an international tax lawyer and chartered account based in Cambridge, working with KPMG as National Account Lead Life Sciences Tax responsible for driving life sciences initiatives within the UK and Cambridge Ecosystem. He is also a visiting lecturer at the University of Cambridge, Judge Business School for their "Accelerate Program".