Sean Clancy assists clients in a broad range of tax and business planning matters and related tax policy matters. In tax and business planning, he concentrates on matters affecting executive compensation, corporate tax and mergers and acquisitions. He regularly counsels boards of directors, executive officers and HR departments on the implementation and operation of the full range of employee and executive compensation arrangements, including fiduciary obligations and legal/regulatory compliance and disclosure under federal tax law, state corporate law, federal securities laws and listing/exchange requirements.
Within the public policy area, Mr. Clancy focuses on state and federal administrative, regulatory and legislative matters involving tax and corporate finance. Recently, he has been advising a range of financial institutions on the recently adopted compensation restrictions applicable to participants in the U.S. Treasury’s Trouble Asset Relief Program (TARP).
Mr. Clancy previously served as an adjunct professor in the Master of Laws in Taxation Program at Georgetown University Law Center, teaching advanced courses on executive compensation and Employee Retirement Income Security Act (ERISA).