Jason S. Randlett

Senior Consultant



Jason S. Randlett

Jason has more than 10 years of increasingly progressive performance measurement and investment services experience. His strong investment performance expertise combines with technology architecture know-how to help him deliver functional and technical leadership with each engagement. Jason has an acute understanding of SQL and applies solid business acumen when gathering and drafting detailed business requirements supporting multiple stakeholders. He brings to Meradia deep experience in performance measurement, data management, systems architecture, client reporting and project leadership accrued at firms including Numeric Investors, State Street Global Advisors (SSgA), TA Associates and State Street Corp.

Prior to Meradia, Jason was with Numeric Investors, where he was the primary architect of all performance system initiatives, including composite calculations, GIPS calculation modules and security level return and contribution scripts. Before Numeric, he managed a performance analyst team and led performance and reporting system conversions for SSgA. Prior to SSgA, Jason worked with TA Associates, where he managed all aspects of private equity fund accounting. Before, TA Associates, Jason worked with State Street Corp, where he managed and led investment operations projects.

While at SSgA, Jason spent time in India where he trained an offshore team on the proper operational processes and workflows specific to a select book of business. During his time overseas, Jason learned the value of effective communication in understanding and breaking through cultural differences. Like any project leader, he’s found this to be a useful skill in overcoming organizational roadblocks. 

Outside of work, Jason enjoys being an awesome father to his two young daughters and is also particularly fond of playing golf and ocean-going water activities. No brown thumb, Jason is a champion weed-fighter and can be found on weekends waging war against the invasive plant species. A history buff, Jason frequently reads Civil War literature and stock market-themed works. It’s not surprising then that, given his affinity for history, he gravitated to performance measurement, which is the study of performance history.