Jinyoon Chung has consulted on executive compensation and corporate governance issues for more than 15 years. She works with companies in various sizes, industries, ownership (publicly-traded, privately-held, private equity held), and business stages (start-up, turn-round, matured, pre-IPO) with primary focus on a banking/financial services industry.
Her work in executive compensation includes peer group development, executive and outside director compensation benchmarking, research and analysis of compensation practices and trends, short- and long-term incentive plan design and implementation, pay-for-performance alignment, proxy disclosure, LTI valuations, realizable/realized pay analysis, compensation risk assessment, ISS modeling, performance metric selection, severance arrangement, reward and retention strategies.
Prior to joining Meridian, Jinyoon was a Vice President at Pearl Meyer and Partners for nine years.
Jinyoon earned her BA degree from Ewha Women’s University in Seoul, South Korea and an MA from Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts.