Webcast — Executive Compensation: Key Talent

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<strong>New York &mdash; Nov. 5</strong><br /><br />Executive Compensation: How to Attract, Reward and Retain Key Talent<br /><br />Date: Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2007<br /><br />Webcast for Information Technology Professionals<br /><br />12:00-1:30 p.m. ET New York; 17:00-18:30 London; 18:00-19:30 Paris<br /><br />To register for this event, go to http://www.ey.com/webcasts?eyo&progid=809.<br /><br /><br />Join us on Nov. 6, 2007 as a distinguished panel from J. Robert Scott, Ernst & Young, WilmerHale and Harvard Business School discusses the findings of their annual Information Technology compensation survey, as well as other timely topics relating to legal and tax issues involving executive compensation. This year the survey received hundreds of responses from venture-backed technology companies across the United States.<br /><br />In a period that has seen venture capital investment in the sector steadily increase and many new companies formed, the competition for executive talent is also experiencing increased pressure. Is your current executive compensation package allowing you to attract, reward and retain key executives? Do you ever wonder how it compares to the industry standard or your competitors? These Webcasts are a must-hear for CEOs, CFOs, HR executives, investors, and board and compensation committee members as you begin your preparation for 2008 executive remuneration changes.<br />

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