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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.

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Latest Insights

SEC Official Confirms that the SEC Will Not Delay CEO Pay Ratio Disclosure

Last Friday, an official of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) confirmed that the SEC will not delay the effective date of the CEO pay ratio disclosure rule and that the SEC staff will be issuing additional guidance on the rule.

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At the American Bar Association Annual Meeting, Bill Hinman, SEC Director of the Division of Corporation Finance said that the SEC would not delay the implementation of CEO pay ratio rule. In addition, Mr. Hinman stated that SEC staff would…

Matthew Isakson on NACD’s Leading Minds of Compensation

This interactive forum was a must-attend event for proactive and inquisitive corporate directors and chief executives.

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Meridian Partner Matthew Isakson was a panelist for the NACD’s Leading Minds of Compensation – West where top compensation experts provided invaluable insight on all things executive compensation and then participated in an audience-led question and answer session. Participants had…

White House Nixes Proposal to Expand Employer Reporting to Include Pay Data

The Trump administration recently informed the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission (EEOC) that it is reviewing and immediately staying the effectiveness of employer requirements to report extensive pay data.

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Currently, private sector employers with 100 or more employees and federal contractors with 50 or more employees are required each year to submit to the EEOC on Form EEO-1 the number of individuals employed by job category and by race,…

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