Meridian is pleased to announce that Andrew McElheran (Toronto) and Daniel Rodda (Atlanta) have become partners effective January 1, 2018.

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Read: Our 2017 Corporate Governance & Incentive Design Survey

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2017 Study of Executive Change-in-Control Arrangements Summary

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Meridian Named a "Best Small Firm to Work For" for Sixth Consecutive Year

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Meridian Consultants Named to NACD Directorship 100 for Fifth Consecutive Year

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Read Meridian's 2017 White Paper "Executive Compensation in the Banking Industry"

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The Meridian Advantage

Meridian Compensation Partners has a singular focus: to provide the most effective solutions and independent advice in executive compensation and corporate governance consulting.

With over sixty-five associates in eleven offices in the US and Canada, Meridian provides top management, boards and compensation committees with core services that include board level advisory services, compensation program design, research and competitive market intelligence on executive pay and governance matters.

We invite you to learn what makes Meridian different.

“Meridian is unique because we really have a singular focus on providing excellent service to our clients.” – Jim Wolf, Managing Partner

Latest Insights

Performance-Based Long-Term Incentives: What Have We Done?

From January/February 2018 - Executive incentive design has grown incredibly complex. Boards should consider simplifying by aligning pay with long-term stock price performance.

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Are you satisfied with the design and operation of your company’s performance-based longterm incentive program for top executives? Chances are you are not. In chasing that ever-elusive pay-for performance vehicle design, you may have gone from stock options to performance…

Avoiding Action on Director Pay

How boards can protect themselves against scrutiny - From C-Suite Magazine, an Equilar publication - Issue 26, Winter 2018

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A wave of lawsuits surrounding director compensation surfaced a couple of years ago, often alleging “excessive” pay for boards of directors on a variety of grounds. Because boards set their own pay levels, there are potential legal ramifications due to…


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