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Davos 2012 Global Employee Equity Forum – February 2 & 3, 2012
Top speaker line up for Davos
An all-star line up of speakers is in place for the Centre’s 2012 Davos Global Employee Equity Forum. The full line up can be viewed in our e-brochure which is available to download from our website. The conference will take place at the 5* Steigenberger Belvedere Hotel in Davos Platz on Thursday February 2 and Friday February 3 next year.
Reserve your place by emailing email@example.com now.
One of the many programme highlights will be a case study of the telecoms giant Ericsson’s worldwide stock purchase plan. Computershare is helping Ericsson administer the re-designed plan for more than 22,000 employees in 100 countries in which Ericsson operates.
Justin Cooper of Capita Registrars has confirmed that his presentation will be on “Share Plans in turbulent markets: has anything changed?”
Executive compensation, regulation and corporate governance will be high up on our agenda too.
Fourteen speakers have registered to date, so you should get your skates on if you too want to deliver a topic presentation during this two-day event – an in so doing, obtain a substantial attendance price discount.
The Belvedere Hotel bednights which we offer to delegates in the accommodation + conference + cocktail party PACKAGE DEAL will be Wednesday & Thursday, February 1 & 2.
The same discounted room rates obtained by the Centre in the Belvedere will be available on certain nights before and after the package deal nights. Partners and/or VFRs are welcome in the hotel and are invited to attend the cocktail party on Thursday, though a supplement is payable for double room occupancy.
Speaker commitments have been received to date from:
BAKER & McKENZIE LLP
BDO HUMAN CAPITAL
HENDERSON GLOBAL INVESTORS
KILLIK EMPLOYEE SERVICES
PETT, FRANKLIN & C0. LLP
RBC CORPORATE EMPLOYEE & EXECUTIVE SERVICES
Return flights to Zurich are very cheap if booked well in advance. For your onward journey from Zurich to Davos Platz, you can take a train from Zurich Central, to which there is a shuttle service from the airport. (See the very efficient SBB – Swiss Railways – website), or you can hire a car.
Plan issuer companies pay £535 or £685 if not members of the Centre.
Service providers pay £925 if members and £1395 if not.
If any company joins when booking their place, they will receive membership rates for the conference.
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