Semler Brossy Launches Office in New York … Chooses Manhattan’s Iconic Empire State Building

Semler Brossy Launches Office in New York … Chooses Manhattan’s Iconic Empire State BuildingZoom inDownload PDF

It’s a new year, new office and New York for Semler Brossy. A leading national executive compensation consulting firm, Semler Brossy is expanding its East Coast presence with the launch of its Manhattan office in the legendary Empire State Building.

“Launching a New York office fulfills a long-term vision to recognize the substantial client base we already serve on the East Coast,” says Managing Director and firm co-founder Roger Brossy. “For almost 20 years we’ve enjoyed rewarding relationships with numerous leading companies across the U.S. It was time to ‘bookend’ the country. From New York to Los Angeles, our bicoastal team will continue providing insightful and impactful executive compensation counsel to Boards and management teams across industries.”

The office will be led by Managing Director Kathryn Neel, who has over a decade of compensation- consulting experience working with Fortune 500, privately-held and family-owned companies spanning the consumer products, pharmaceuticals, food and beverage, financial services and retail sectors.

“Kathryn is a dynamic leader who is getting us off to a strong start in New York,” says Managing Director Blair Jones, who will also work from the midtown-Manhattan office. “Kathryn embodies Semler Brossy’s passion for serving our clients and infuses our firm with her vibrancy and energy. We have long been excited for this move to Manhattan and are thrilled to see Kathryn at the helm of this expansion.”

Semler Brossy’s commitment to partnering with clients to better understand their businesses and develop effective compensation solutions places the firm at the forefront of the industry. As companies navigate everyday compensation challenges and significant transitions, Semler Brossy’s consultants will continue to advance the dialogue in executive compensation and enhance their clients’ ability to make well-informed decisions regarding executive compensation designs and governance that suit their unique circumstances.

The firm’s Manhattan office, located at 350 Fifth Avenue, Suite 4700, can be reached at (212) 393-4000. View the official press release of this announcement by downloading the PDF.