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Managing Disclosure on Personal Use of Corporate Aircraft

Personal use of corporate aircraft remains a popular perquisite among many of the largest public companies.

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In addition to getting executives to important business destinations and enabling them to work proactively while traveling, many companies provide top executives the opportunity to use the corporate aircraft for non-business purposes, including travel to outside company board meetings, spousal…

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…

Navigating the Frequency of Say-on-Pay Voting

Read analysis from Meridian featured in NACD Directorship magazine.

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This year marks the sixth year in the United States of say on pay, the rule that allows shareholders to cast non-binding votes that voice their approval—or disapproval—of a company’s executive compensation programs. Shareholders cast votes based on the perceived…

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…