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…

Meridian 2014 Governance and Design Survey

The 2014 Corporate Governance & Incentive Design Survey presents Meridian’s findings on a variety of topics related to executive compensation and corporate governance issues facing companies today.

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As companies review their executive compensation programs and related corporate governance policies, reference to common market practices often forms the basis for assessing competitiveness. Furthermore, any substantial due diligence, whether prepared for senior management or the Compensation Committee generally includes the perspective of market “best practices.”...