Attorney Griffith to Speak on Deferred Compensation for Credit Union Executives

CONCORD, NH — Dodd Griffith, a tax attorney with Gallagher, Callahan and Gartrell, P.C., will participate in a panel discussion on executive compensation as a means of attracting and retaining talent and leadership at credit unions. The panel of experts will focus on executive compensation with emphasis on supplemental executive retirement plans (SERPs), carve-out long-term care programs, related legal and regulatory issues, and pros and cons of the plans. The panel is part of The Great New England Credit Union Show, a tri-state conference for credit union executives being held on April 20th in Boxborough, Massachusetts.

Attorney Griffith’s background is in corporate, tax, securities and real estate law. He works with a broad range of business clients, including financial institutions, venture-backed companies, venture capital investors, and non-profit institutions. He helps clients to organize, structure and capitalize their businesses, using a variety of financing techniques, including debt, equity, and tax-advantaged investment structures. He also advises businesses and non-profits on the design, implementation and operation of executive compensation and employee benefits plans. In addition, he represents business clients, financial institutions and venture capital investors engaged in mergers, acquisitions, and financing transactions.

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