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Join Allan Koltin, Gary Boomer, Gary Shamis & Rebecca Ryan for "What Partner Comp Looks Like Now"

Thursday, June 17, 2010   (0 Comments)
Posted by: Boomer Consulting, Inc.
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Advisory Board Event

Has your Firm Adapted to "The New Normal?"

Tab-squareNothing derives more discussion and emotion among a partner group than the topic of compensation… except maybe compensation in a turbulent economy. As things (hopefully) level out, many firms are faced with a new world – the “new normal” - that requires more diligent guidelines and conservative measures. We are quick to readjust our operations, staffing and even corporate structure as organizations and economics change, but often left until last are our existing compensation systems.

The Partner Compensation Symposium is an intense two-day workshop hosted by The Advisory Board - Allan Koltin, Gary Boomer, Gary Shamis & Rebecca Ryan. Each brings his or her own perspective to the issue from their work with professional service firms around the country. They’ve seen the best (and the worst) and they are bringing you their perspectives along with case studies of some of the best and most interesting partner compensation programs in the profession. If you are involved in determining or upholding your firm’s partner compensation policy this is the event for you!

East Coast Event  
September 20-21
The NY Marriott Downtown
New York City, NY
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West Coast Event  
September 27-28
The Four Seasons
Las Vegas, NV
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Keynotes will cover:

  • Non-Performing Partners
  • Keeping Young Partners Engaged
  • Structuring Buy-In/Buy-Outs
  • Strategies to Increase Profitability
  • Holding Partners Accountable
  • Updating Your Partner Comp
  • Program as the Firm Evolves

Plus Panel Discussions on:

  • Open vs. Closed Compensation
  • The Weight of Firm, Office and
  • Individual Performance
  • Deferred Comp Set Up and Admin
  • Formula-Based vs. Discretionary
  • Compensation
  • Where does the Buck Stop?
  • The Capital & Comp Relationship
  • Income vs. Equity Compensation
  • "At Risk" to "Guaranteed" Ratio
  • Partner Goal-Setting
  • Solutions to Underperformers
  • ... and more!


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Co-Sponsored by

Lemme Insurance Group Inc.

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