Brian Dunn, Chairman of McLagan specializes in incentive and executive compensation and advises the Compensation Committees and/or Management of a number of the world's largest financial institutions.
Prior to joining McLagan Partners in 1998, Brian spent 17 years with Towers Perrin in their New York and Hong Kong offices. At Towers Perrin, Brian was one of the firm's leading executive compensation consultants and advised numerous compensation committees. In addition, he was a member of the management committee of the Compensation and Human Resources line of business.
Brian has been actively involved in shaping the financial services industry’s response to recent developments in the regulatory environment regarding executive compensation. He serves as an advisor to several principal regulatory bodies including the United States’ Federal Reserve, Canada’s Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions, and the United Kingdom’s Financial Investments Limited. Brian is also a special advisor to the Financial Services Roundtable and the Institute of International Finance.
Brian's articles have been published in Benefits & Compensation Digest, Chief Executive, American Banker, Personnel, ABA Banking Journal, Bankers Magazine, Compensation Planning Journal, Equities, US Banker, Journal of Accountancy and AsiaBanking. He has spoken before the American Society of Personnel Administrators (ASPA), the Conference Board, the New York Chamber of Commerce, the Financial Sector Compensation Models Conference, the Overseas Business Council (Tokyo), the U.S. Chamber of Commerce (Hong Kong), the ABA Private Banking Symposium, and the Bank Marketing Association.
Brian received a B.S. degree summa cum laude from the New York State School of Industrial and Labor Relations at Cornell University in 1977 and an M.B.A. with highest honors from the Cornell University Graduate School of Management in 1981. He is located in Stamford, CT.