Start-ups and scale-ups make use of employee incentive plans for various reasons, such as employee involvement and competitive payment packages. These plans come in various forms and are, when used correctly, fitting the objectives of the company whilst being tax efficient. But nowadays incentive plans are not only applied for employees, in the market we see that also after funding rounds, founders are provided with an incentive plan to soften the effect of dilution.
Want to learn more? Then join this café session with Wouter de Win and Martijn Helmonds from the KPMG Emerging Giants team.
During this session we will discuss:
- Various employee and founder incentive plans as applied in practice
- Considerations to take into account when designing such a plan and the tax implications
- Opportunities and pitfalls
- Outlook to future taxation of these plans
Wouter and Martijn are part of the KPMG Emerging Giants team. In that capacity, they advise Dutch-based international operating & expanding companies ranging from start-up/scale-up to multinational companies on their increasing (international) tax challenges. This includes, but is not limited to, support with designing tax efficient and compliant group structures that are fit for growth and international expansion, ad hoc deal support in connection with funding rounds & exits and set up with management & employee incentive programs. They also support privately & family owned investment vehicles, VC funds and shareholders/founders/investors in the field of taxation. Their motto is: Keeping it simple and smart.
Can’t wait to see you in our café!!
Please note that we do not record our sessions so that everyone feels comfortable to speak freely.