James Limmer has experience advising on a broad range of executive compensation matters, including peer group development and validation, executive and director benchmarking, research and analysis of compensation practices, short-term and long-term incentive plan designs, valuation models for long-term incentive vehicles, realized/realizable pay assessments, equity dilution analyses, change-in-control and severance provisions, and IRC Section 280G calculations.
He has worked with clients in a variety of industries, including oil and gas, energy and utilities, construction and engineering, financial services, manufacturing, information technology and retail; he has worked public and private companies, as well as spin-offs and pre- and post IPO companies.
James has co-authored articles for the National Association of Corporate Director’s Director Advisory Magazine.
James holds a B.B.A. in Finance (with a minor in Accounting) from the University of Texas.
One test ISS uses when evaluating Say on Pay votes is the absolute stock price test. Because of the market decline, many energy companies can expect to trip this test this year. Meridian Compensation Partners explains what energy companies should know about this test and how to account for it in a proxy.Read More