A recent blog by SFG Wealth Planning Services shares A Smart Strategy: Adopting a written plan for selling company securities can be an affirmative defense against trading on material nonpublic information. You need to be sure your plan for selling company stock meets with current SEC standards and aligns with shareholder interests. Planned trading programs, also known as rule 10b5-1 trading plans, can be put in place to facilitate systematic sales.
Mr. Steege is President of SFG Wealth Planning Services, Inc., SFG Investment Advisors, Inc. (SFG), a fee only financial planning firm. Founded 20 years ago, SFG is dedicated to assisting senior executives and their employees with their complex stock-based compensation and planning challenges.