Epstein Becker Green and Korn Ferry Roundtable, Washington DC

8:00 am – Registration and Breakfast
8:30 am – Roundtable Discussion

Please join Epstein Becker Green (EBG) and Korn Ferry for an engaging and informative discussion about the impact of the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act of 2017 on compensation for executives of tax-exempt entities.  Representatives from Korn Ferry will provide updates on the impact on compensation committees and governance, and EBG attorneys will offer insight and guidance regarding the impact of the excise tax on executive compensation.

Roundtable Topics

  • Annual Excise Tax for Tax Exempt Organizations on Compensation Over $1 Million and Parachute Payments
    • Covered remuneration and calculating tax penalty
    • Identifying covered employees and affiliated entities
    • Excess parachute payments defined and impact on severance and retirement benefits
    • Compensation structuring opportunities
  • Compensation Committee Process
    • Compensation committee duties and obligations
    • Analysis of excess compensation penalties
    • Reasonableness determinations and opinions
    • Risk mitigation and planning opportunities
    • Impact on recruiting and retention
  • Open questions and issues

Who Should Attend?

Executives and key advisors of tax exempt entities, including hospitals and health systems and universities, on executive compensation, recruiting, and retention.


Michelle Capezza
Member of the Firm, Epstein Becker Green

Gretchen Harders
Member of the Firm, Epstein Becker Green

Tom Flannery, Ph.D.
Senior Client Partner, Korn Ferry

Ron Seifert
Senior Client Partner, Korn Ferry

For questions about this complimentary briefing, please contact Sylwia Faszczewska.

Event Detail

Washington, DC
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