Equity plans for remote teams
In this special online-only event, global HR experts from Remote join with the equity planning experts at Carta to provide the practical and essential tips businesses need to build equity plans for remote teams.
How do equity laws change across borders?
Who is responsible for taxes on stock options?
How can companies keep equity offerings fair for all employees?
What are the common mistakes companies make when offering equity?
What are the dangers of not thinking internationally with your equity plan?
How can you use equity to build a thriving and productive global team?
Your expert speakers
Join our panellists for a discussion and Q&A about how they’ve created winning strategies.
- Sam is the Chief Legal Officer at Remote. He was previously General Counsel at ComplyAdvantage and WorldRemit, where he was the first lawyer and created the Legal function from scratch. Before that, Sam worked at Barclays as a VP Lawyer in Operations & Technology Legal, and before that trained and qualified at media and tech firm Olswang. Sam is a board member and Chair of the Finance & Audit Committee for Youth Music, a large UK national charity.
- Mike Wu is Deputy General Counsel at Carta. He’s also served as Carta’s first lawyer, Head of People, and Chief of Staff. Prior to Carta, he spent 4 years at Cooley LLP. In 2012, Carta started helping private companies manage their cap tables. Since then, they have expanded into valuations, compliance, and investor services. Now supporting over 12,000 private and public companies, and 800,000 unique shareholders. Their valuations team has appraised over $200 billion in private assets. To learn more about Carta's products and services, click here.
- Pedro is the VP of Finance at Remote. He started his career in investment banking and strategy in technology, media, and telecommunications. Over the last five years Pedro has been focusing on high growth tech companies and was Head of Finance at Codacy. He’s now the VP of Finance of Remote, an HR tech company solving global organisations’ biggest challenge: employing anyone, anywhere, compliantly.