Bret Keisling is joined by Thomas Lewin, an Australia-based EO professional advisor and advocate, and founder of ESOP Pal which provides ESOP administration and advisory services. They discuss similarities and differences between Australia and US employee ownership platforms and how growing EO internationally strengthens EO everywhere.
Tom and ESOP Pal are very prolific on LinkedIn, where they've gained a following for incisive and interesting posts that are creating a lot of buzz about how we look at and talk about employee ownership.
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Episode 249 Show Notes
About Tom Lewin
Passionate about employee ownership and driven by a desire to simplify complex processes, Tom Lewin specializes in creating advanced technology solutions that ease administrative burdens related to Employee Share Ownership Plans (ESOPs). His enthusiasm for equity and shared ownership extends to educating employees and business owners alike, making the intricacies of ESOPs understandable and accessible. Tom believes employee ownership can be fun and should be in pop culture.
About ESOP Pal
ESOP Pal, an innovative solution for Employee Share Ownership Plans (ESOPs), combines a comprehensive service with a cutting-edge platform. We cater to both listed and unlisted companies, offering bespoke plans. Our platform manages everything from vesting schedules and option exercises to tax computations and IFRS-2 reporting. Beyond service provision, we view ourselves as partners, providing strategic advice and technical expertise for successful ESOP design and management.
We'd love to hear from you! To contact us, find us on Facebook at EO Podcast Network and on Twitter @ESOPPodcast. To reach Bret, email Bret@KEISOP.com or find him on LinkedIn at Bret Keisling; he is active on Twitter @EO_Bret. This podcast has been produced by Bret Keisling for the EO Podcast Network, original music composed by Max Keisling, branding and marketing by BitsyPlus Design.
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