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Michael Brittian | Partner

Michael Brittian, Partner

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3811 Turtle Creek Boulevard
Suite 425
Dallas, TX 75219
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  • B.B.A. Finance, Southern Methodist University
  • B.A. Psychology, Southern Methodist University

Michael Brittian has consulted since 2000 on executive and director compensation issues, including incentive program design, market data analysis, compensation strategy and philosophy, governance best practices, executive severance arrangements, technical issues and program implementation.

He advises both public and private companies ranging from S&P 500 organizations to pre-IPO companies. He has diverse industry expertise including oil and gas, financial services, retail, technology and transportation.

Michael serves on Meridian’s Energy and Retail industry consulting teams. He is an active speaker in regional and national events and has written articles for Equilar, the NACD and Meridian’s Energy Insights blog, among others. He also serves on the advisory Board of Directors of the NACD’s North Texas Chapter.

Michael began his career as a consultant with Hewitt Associates for 12 years prior to joining Meridian in 2010.

Recent Articles/Videos Featuring Michael:

Embrace the Use of Discretion in This New Era - https://www.meridiancp.com/embrace-the-use-of-discretion-in-this-new-era/

Before Implementing Executive Pay Reductions, Retailers Should Have a Plan - https://www.meridiancp.com/before-implementing-executive-pay-reductions-retailers-should-have-a-plan/

Should We Cut Outside Director Compensation? - https://www.meridiancp.com/should-we-cut-outside-director-compensation/

Senior Executive Incentive Design Practices Study: Retail, Consumer Durables and Restaurants - https://www.meridiancp.com/senior-executive-incentive-design-practices-study-retail-consumer-durables-and-restaurants/

Trends in Director Compensation - https://www.meridiancp.com/trends-in-director-compensation/

2019 Say on Pay Outcomes in Oil & Gas Continue to Trail General Industry - https://www.meridiancp.com/2019-say-on-pay-outcomes-in-oil-gas-continue-to-trail-general-industry/