Senior Partner / BCOMM, MBA
Paul Gryglewicz is a Senior Partner in the Toronto office at Global Governance Advisors. He engages with Boards and senior management advising them in the areas of Executive Compensation, Human Resource Strategy and Corporate Governance. Paul’s work incorporates leading edge governance practices, mitigates risk and educates key stakeholders on sophisticated compensation systems.
Areas of Expertise
Paul specializes in the strategic review, valuation and innovative design of compensation and corporate governance programs that support organizational strategy and objectives, as well as shareholders’ interests. A recognized expert in executive compensation, governance and risk, Paul is sought after by both the media and learning institutions to share his insights.
Professional Background and Affiliations
Paul was previously a Senior Consultant in Hay Group’s Executive Compensation practice, focused on advising clients nationally, primarily within the real estate, pension fund and investment management industries. His work is specialized in strategic compensation review and design, risk assessment, incentive performance calibration, board compensation and governance. Previously he was an Associate Consultant with one of Canada’s largest independent compensation advisory firms, focused on strategic compensation review and design for a variety of organizations across Canada. Formerly, he spent several years as a Research Consultant with Addison Kelly Executive Search, representing senior business professionals on behalf of multinational organizations operating in the Energy, Telecommunications and Cable industries. Paul was also a Consultant with Carpédia International, a leading strategy consulting firm, involved in developing cost effective business solutions for the financial services and manufacturing industries. Currently, Paul is a faculty member and curriculum designer of the Human Resources Professionals Association and Human Resources Institute of Alberta’s Executive Compensation Certificate Program. Paul is an instructor at York University where he co-designed and teaches the graduate level course Governance of Executive Compensation and Shareholder Accountability and he is also an active speaker for professional associations presenting on a wide array of executive compensation and governance related topics.
Paul is an MBA graduate and Athletic Scholar from the DeGroote School of Business at McMaster University and holds a Bachelor of Commerce degree in Management Economics in Industry and Finance from the University of Guelph.