Portfolio companies and Economic Stimulus

Portfolio Companies and Economic Stimulus Relief Part 2

Fulcrum Partners Fulcrum Partners NEWS

We are sharing the second in a two-part report, “Portfolio Companies’ COVID-19 Economic Stimulus Relief Incentives”. This report looks at the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES) including here in Part 2, the Economic Stabilization Loan Program; Main Street Business Lending Program for midsized and larger businesses, Payroll Tax Incentives; and insights for navigating the crisis.

This report was prepared by leading tax and business advisory professionals at BDO USA, LLP and is republished here with their permission.

Portfolio Companies and Economic Stimulus

Portfolio Companies and Economic Stimulus Relief Part 1

Fulcrum Partners Fulcrum Partners NEWS

Fulcrum Partners is sharing with you the following in-depth report, “Portfolio Companies’ COVID-19 Economic Stimulus Relief Incentives”. Presented in two parts, the report covers aspects of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act (CARES) including here in Part 1, the Paycheck Protection Program for Small Businesses; the Economic Stabilization Loan Program and Main Street Business Lending Program for midsized and larger businesses.

Small Business Loan Form Concept

CESA Act Loans: Further Information and Insights

Fulcrum Partners Executive Benefits News

The Coronavirus Economic Stabilization Act (CESA) was established to provide loans and loan guarantees for businesses to improve business liquidity resultant from the COVID-19 pandemic. Unlike the widely publicized Payment Protection Program (PPP), CESA Act loans do not include loan forgiveness. They do include substantial penalties, however, if terms of the loan agreement are breeched.

Executive Compensation Restrictions

Report on Executive Compensation Restrictions and the CARES Act from Fulcrum Partners

Fulcrum Partners Fulcrum Partners Media Release

PONTE VEDRA BEACH, FL — (April 14, 2020) Fulcrum Partners, a leading executive benefits advisory, has just released a new report on some potential consequences of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act (CARES Act) on executive compensation. As the report noted, the CARES Act, drafted with urgency to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic, lacks definitions and specificity in a number of important areas that pertain to executive compensation issues.