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CEO Pay Packages See Largest Increase Since 2013

A new Equilar report examines CEO compensation trends at Equilar 500 companies—the 500 largest, by reported revenue, U.S.-headquartered companies trading on one of the major U.S. stock exchanges—over the last five fiscal years. The study found that median CEO pay reached $11.0 million in 2016, up 6.1% and the largest increase since 2013. Meridian Compensation Partners offered independent commentary on how compensation awards are structured and eventually paid to CEOs.

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Over the last five years, the value of CEO pay packages has been steadily increasing as companies shift away from discretionary bonuses and stock options toward pay for performance, according to the most recent Equilar report, CEO Pay Trends 2017,…

Report on Say on Pay and Select Shareholder Proposals for the 2017 Proxy Season

Meridian Compensation Partners, LLC is pleased to provide this periodic report on key voting results for the 2017 proxy season.

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About This Material Specifically, this report will cover the following areas: Standard & Poor’s (S&P) 500 Say on Pay (SOP) Vote Results and Analysis Russell 3000 SOP Vote Results and Analysis Analysis of Vote Results on Select Shareholder Proposals Highlights…

Executive Compensation in the Banking Industry

Emerging Trends and Best Practices for 2014-2015

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This is Meridian’s second annual white paper on trends impacting the banking industry (see “New Realities of Executive Compensation in the Banking Industry” for the 2013-2014 white paper). Our research for this paper represents data from Meridian’s review of 2015…

2015 Trends and Developments in Executive Compensation

Meridian surveyed 114 companies to determine new trends and developments in the current executive compensation landscape.

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Meridian’s 2015 Trends and Developments in Executive Compensation Survey covers responses from 114 major companies across a diverse range of industries. This survey and its results are intended to provide an overview of the current landscape and direction in which companies…

ISS 2014-2015 Policy Survey Summary of Results

ISS’s recent Policy Survey previews potential changes in its 2015 proxy voting policies.

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Each year, ISS seeks feedback from institutional investors, public companies (“issuers”) and the consulting community on emerging corporate governance, executive compensation and other issues as part of its annual policy formulation process. Possibly reflecting concerns about the influence of ISS…