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2019 Meridian Corporate Governance and Incentive Design Survey

For the ninth straight year, Meridian Compensation Partners, LLC has conducted an extensive Survey of 200 large cap companies (“Meridian 200”) to identify trends on a variety of executive compensation and corporate governance topics. Discussed below are the results of the Survey.

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The Survey provides current market practices, recent trends and key competitive benchmark data that should assist companies in the review of their executive compensation program designs and related corporate governance policies. Highlights of Meridian’s 2019 Corporate Governance & Incentive Design…

2016 Corporate Governance & Incentive Design Survey

Read Meridian's findings and learn about new market practices and trends that will inform best practices for the next year and beyond.

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Executive Summary As companies review their executive compensation programs and related corporate governance policies, it can be helpful to understand common market practices and trends that may signal “best practices.” In order to inform these perspectives, Meridian’s 2016 Corporate Governance…

Executive Compensation in the Banking Industry

Emerging Trends and Best Practices for 2015-2016

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This is Meridian’s third annual white paper on trends impacting the banking industry (see our 2014-2015 and 2013-2014 white papers). Our paper represents data from Meridian’s review of 2015 proxies for U.S. banks with assets between approximately $10 billion and…

2015 Corporate Governance & Incentive Design Survey

Meridian's findings on a variety of topics related to executive compensation and corporate governance issues facing companies today.

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Executive Summary As companies review their executive compensation programs and related corporate governance policies, reference to common market practices often forms the basis for assessing competitiveness. In addition, conducting due diligence generally includes the perspective of market “best practices.” In…