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Meridian 2017 Study of Executive Change in Control Arrangements

Meridian’s 2017 Study of Executive Change-in-Control Arrangements (the “Study”) provides current information and data on change-in-control (“CIC”) severance practices of 160 major U.S. listed public companies (the “Study Group”). We also provide trends comparisons to our last two studies, conducted in 2014 and 2011, respectively.

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Study Group Characteristics and Report Scope Study Group Characteristics Each of the 160 companies in the Study Group was a component company of the Standard & Poor’s 500® Index1 (“S&P 500®”) as of December 31, 2016. In addition, the Study…

2015 Outside Director Compensation Trends Report

The report includes data from public Fortune 100 companies across many industry sectors.

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Meridian Compensation Partners recently published its 2015 Outside Director Compensation Trends Report, analyzing outside director compensation at Fortune 100 companies in a wide variety of industry sectors. Highlights of the report are included below and the full report summary is…

Equity Usage for Incentives Remains Stable at Most Large U.S. Companies

Annual run rates are slightly down, while the three-year average has remained constant.

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LAKE FOREST, IL—According to a recent study of annual “run rate” and “overhang” levels among Fortune 100 companies by Meridian Compensation Partners, LLC the annual run rate (or share usage) for Fortune 100 companies has declined slightly to 1.3% and…

2013 Trends and Developments in Executive Compensation

Meridian Surveyed Over 140 Major Companies To Determine What Executive Compensation Topics are on Their Minds

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Executive Summary In order to keep our clients at the forefront of significant compensation trends and critical issues, Meridian Compensation Partners, LLC has surveyed approximately 140 major companies on a variety of issues pertinent to the continually changing landscape in…