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NASPP Twin Cities Chapter Meeting - February
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2/15/2018
When: 02/15/2018
7:30 - 9:00 AM
Where: Capella Tower Conference Center
225 South 6th St
3rd Floor Rooms Grand Portage & North Country
Minneapolis, Minnesota  55402
United States

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February 15th NASPP Twin Cities Chapter Meeting

Date and Time:

2/15/2018 Breakfast 7:30, Meeting 8:00 - 9:00 a.m.

Topic:

Behavioral Economics: Achieve greater equity compensation design effectiveness through the application of the concepts and principals that underlie behavioral economics.

Location:

Capella Tower Conference Center, 3rd Floor Rooms Grand Portage & North Country, 225 South 6th St, Minneapolis, MN 55402 (See website link below for directions)

Description:

Behavioral Economics has been one of the hottest topics over the past year. Investment firms have used theories based on behavioral economics to explain anomalies in the market, focused on decisions related to the stock market, money management and asset valuation. Today, there is even a “Behavioral Economics” ETF!

Equity compensation professionals are becoming more knowledgeable about the fundamentals of behavioral finance and how to incorporate them into remuneration design. In this way, they seek to gain a better understanding of the biases that may cause participants to make decisions that are not always in their best interests.

This presentation provides insight into the concepts and principals that underlie behavioral economics. Armed with these insights, equity compensation programs can be designed for greater effectiveness.

Registration: To register, send an RSVP email to Voves.Michael@dorsey.com

Speaker:Tim Houlihan has been applying behavioral economics for 20 years and previously served as the Vice President of Reward Systems at BI WORLDWIDE, a $600,000,000 global incentive and recognition firm. In his current role, he works as a bridge that connects academic research to the corporate world. You can review more of Tim’s background on the NASPP TC Chapter website.

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