How Banks Are Freeing Up Capital with A Deferred Compensation Hedging Strategy
Banks are required to hold a certain amount of capital to reduce the risk of insolvency. This has become costly for the many banks that are hedging their Deferred Compensation Plans with physical assets. To solve these issues, many banks now use a Total Return Swap to hedge their Deferred Compensation Plans.
Atlas Client Passes IRS Audit of Deferral of TRS Gains, Losses, and Expenses
In this analysis, we detail how one company recently passed an IRS audit of its TRS hedge and deferred gains—benefiting from supporting tax documentation including a Will-level tax opinion, Private Letter Ruling, and related tax reporting and recordkeeping.
WHAT WE DO
The nonqualified plan marketplace has seen significant change in recent years. These changes have materially impacted plans across the Fortune 1000, prompting companies to adapt, improve outcomes for plan participants, and mitigate a negative impact to corporate earnings.
Atlas Benefit Finance, established two decades ago, supports companies in managing these trends by optimally administering hedges of their plans. Our proprietary tools and extensive knowledge from working with the world’s largest companies (our clients) enable companies to most effectively manage the costs and risks of these plans.
JurisPrudent Deferral Solutions offers law firms the market’s most advanced attorney fee deferral program. Leveraging our extensive experience with nonqualified deferred compensation plans and our knowledge of the features large corporations require, our attorney fee deferral plan is structured to offer unmatched safety, superior service, and complete transparency.
JurisPrudent’s fee deferral program enables successful attorneys to manage their tax burdens and cash flow requirements most effectively and securely.
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