Actions With Respect to IRA, Keogh Plan and Employee Pension Plan Deposit Liabilities Sample Clauses

Actions With Respect to IRA, Keogh Plan and Employee Pension Plan Deposit Liabilities. (a) At or before the Closing, Seller shall (i) resign as of the close of business on the Closing Date as the trustee or custodian, as applicable, of each IRA, Keogh Plan and Employee Pension Plan of which it is the trustee or custodian, (ii) to the extent permitted by the documentation governing each such IRA, Keogh Plan or Employee Pension Plan and applicable law, appoint Purchaser as successor trustee or custodian, as applicable, of each such IRA, Keogh Plan or Employee Pension Plan, and Purchaser hereby accepts each such trusteeship or custodianship under the terms and conditions of Purchaser’s plan documents for its IRA, Keogh Plans and Employee Pension Plan, and assumes all fiduciary and custodial obligations with respect thereto as of the close of business on the Closing Date, and (iii) deliver to the IRA grantor or Keogh Plan or Employee Pension Plan employer sponsor such notice of the foregoing as is required by the documentation governing each such IRA, Employee Pension Plan or Keogh Plan or applicable law. Purchaser shall be solely responsible for delivering its IRA, Employee Pension Plan and Keogh Plan documents to the applicable IRA grantor and Keogh Plan or Employee Pension Plan employer sponsor, including, but not limited to, a beneficiary designation form to be completed by the applicable IRA grantor or Keogh Plan or Employee Pension Plan participant; provided, however, that in the event that an IRA grantor or Keogh Plan or Employee Pension Plan participant dies before such time as Purchaser receives a properly completed beneficiary designation form, Seller shall make available to Purchaser such information as may exist in Seller’s files regarding any beneficiary designation it may have regarding such decedent. If, pursuant to the terms of the documentation governing any such IRA or Keogh Plan or Employee Pension Plan or applicable law, (A) Seller is not permitted to appoint Purchaser as successor trustee or custodian, or the IRA grantor or Keogh Plan or Employee Pension Plan employer sponsor objects in writing to such designation, or is entitled to, and does, in fact, name a successor trustee or custodian other than Purchaser, or (B) such IRA or Keogh Plan or Employee Pension Plan includes assets which are not Deposit Liabilities and are not being transferred to Purchaser or the assumption of such deposit liabilities included in such IRA or Keogh Plan or Employee Pension Plan would result in a loss of qualification of such IRA or Keogh Plan...

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  • Participation in Retirement and Employee Benefit Plans The Employee shall be entitled to participate in all plans relating to pension, thrift, profit-sharing, group life and disability insurance, medical and dental coverage, education, cash bonuses, and other retirement or employee benefits or combinations thereof, in which the Bank's executive officers participate.

  • ACCOUNTS SUBJECT TO ERISA The ERISA Rider is applicable to all Customers Under Section II of this Schedule A. T. Rowe Price Trust Company, as Trustee for the Johnson Matthey Salaried Employee Savings Plan Common Trust Funds T. Rowe Price Trust Company, as Trustee for the International Common Trust Fund on behalf of the Underlying Trusts: Emerging Markets Equity Trust Global Proxy Service Rider Foreign Discovery Trust Global Proxy Service Rider Foreign Discovery Trust - B Global Proxy Service Rider India Trust Global Proxy Service Rider International Small-Cap Trust Global Proxy Service Rider Japan Discovery Trust Global Proxy Service Rider Taiwan Trust Global Proxy Service Rider AMENDMENT AGREEMENT The Global Custody Agreement of January 3, 1994, as amended April 18, 1994, August 15, 1994, November 28, 1994, May 31, 1995, November 1, 1995, July 31, 1996, July 23, 1997, September 3, 1997, October 29, 1997, December 15, 1998, October 6, 1999, February 9, 2000, April 19, 2000, July 18, 2000, October 25, 2000 and July 24, 2001 (the “Custody Agreement”) by and between each of the Entities listed in Schedule A, as amended thereto, severally and not jointly (each such entity referred to hereinafter as the “Customer”) and JPMorgan Chase Bank, whose contracts have been assumed by JPMORGAN CHASE BANK (the “Bank”) is hereby further amended, as of April 24, 2002 (the “Amendment Agreement”). Terms defined in the Custody Agreement are used herein as therein defined.

  • Employee Pension Benefit Plans Except as disclosed in ------------------------------ Schedule 3.14, the Company does not maintain or contribute to any arrangement ------------- that is or may be an "employee pension benefit plan" relating to employees, as such term is defined in Section 3(2) of ERISA. With respect to each such plan: (i) the plan is qualified under Section 401(a) of the Code, and any trust through which the plan is funded meets the requirements to be exempt from federal income tax under Section 501(a) of the Code; (ii) the plan is in material compliance with ERISA; (iii) the plan has been administered in accordance with its governing documents as modified by applicable law; (iv) the plan has not suffered an "accumulated funding deficiency" as defined in Section 412(a) of the Code; (v) the plan has not engaged in, nor has any fiduciary with respect to the plan engaged in, any "prohibited transaction" as defined in Section 406 of ERISA or Section 4975 of the Code other than a transaction subject to statutory or administrative exemption; (vi) the plan has not been subject to a "reportable event" (as defined in Section 4043(b) of ERISA), the reporting of which has not been waived by regulation of the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation; (vii) no termination or partial termination of the plan has occurred within the meaning of Section 411(d)(3) of the Code; (viii) all contributions required to be made to the plan or under any applicable collective bargaining agreement have been made to or on behalf of the plan; (ix) there is no material litigation, arbitration or disputed claim outstanding; and (x) all applicable premiums due to the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation for plan termination insurance have been paid in full on a timely basis.

  • Employee Benefit Plans and Employee Matters 3.15.1. Schedule 3.15.1 of the Disclosure Schedule lists, with respect to the Company and any trade or business (whether or not incorporated) which is treated as a single employer with the Company (an “ERISA Affiliate”) within the meaning of Section 414(b), (c), (m) or (o) of the Code, (i) all “employee benefit plans” within the meaning of Section 3(3) of the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, as amended (“ERISA”), (ii) each loan to an employee in excess of $10,000, (iii) all stock option, stock purchase, phantom stock, stock appreciation right, supplemental retirement, severance, sabbatical, medical, dental, vision care, disability, employee relocation, cafeteria benefit (Section 125 of the Code), dependent care (Section 129 of the Code), life insurance or accident insurance plans, programs or arrangements, (iv) all bonus, pension, profit sharing, savings, severance, retirement, deferred compensation or incentive plans, programs or arrangements, (v) all other fringe or employee benefit plans, programs or arrangements that apply to senior management and that do not generally apply to all employees, and (vi) all employment or executive compensation or severance agreements, written or otherwise, as to which unsatisfied obligations of the Company of greater than $10,000 remain for the benefit of, or relating to, any present or former employee, consultant or non-employee manager (or director, as the case may be) of the Company (all of the foregoing described in clauses (i) through (vi), collectively, the “Company Employee Plans”, and each a “Company Employee Plan”).

  • Participation in Benefit Plans The payments provided in Section 4 hereof are in addition to benefits Employee is entitled to under any group hospitalization, health, dental care, disability insurance, surety bond, death benefit plan, travel and/or accident insurance, other allowance and/or executive compensation plan, including, without limitation, any senior staff incentive plan, capital accumulation programs, restricted or non-restricted share purchase plan, share option plan, retirement income or pension plan or other present or future group employee benefit plan or program of the Company for which key executives are or shall become eligible, and Employee shall be eligible to receive during the period of his employment under this Agreement, all benefits and emoluments for which key executives are eligible under every such plan or program to the extent permissible under the general terms and provisions of such plans or programs and in accordance with the provisions thereof.

  • ERISA and Employee Benefits Matters (A) To the knowledge of the Company, no “prohibited transaction” as defined under Section 406 of ERISA or Section 4975 of the Code and not exempt under ERISA Section 408 and the regulations and published interpretations thereunder has occurred with respect to any Employee Benefit Plan. At no time has the Company or any ERISA Affiliate maintained, sponsored, participated in, contributed to or has or had any liability or obligation in respect of any Employee Benefit Plan subject to Part 3 of Subtitle B of Title I of ERISA, Title IV of ERISA, or Section 412 of the Code or any “multiemployer plan” as defined in Section 3(37) of ERISA or any multiple employer plan for which the Company or any ERISA Affiliate has incurred or could incur liability under Section 4063 or 4064 of ERISA. No Employee Benefit Plan provides or promises, or at any time provided or promised, retiree health, life insurance, or other retiree welfare benefits except as may be required by the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1985, as amended, or similar state law. Each Employee Benefit Plan is and has been operated in material compliance with its terms and all applicable laws, including but not limited to ERISA and the Code and, to the knowledge of the Company, no event has occurred (including a “reportable event” as such term is defined in Section 4043 of ERISA) and no condition exists that would subject the Company or any ERISA Affiliate to any material tax, fine, lien, penalty or liability imposed by ERISA, the Code or other applicable law. Each Employee Benefit Plan intended to be qualified under Code Section 401(a) is so qualified and has a favorable determination or opinion letter from the IRS upon which it can rely, and any such determination or opinion letter remains in effect and has not been revoked; to the knowledge of the Company, nothing has occurred since the date of any such determination or opinion letter that is reasonably likely to adversely affect such qualification; (B) with respect to each Foreign Benefit Plan, such Foreign Benefit Plan (1) if intended to qualify for special tax treatment, meets, in all material respects, the requirements for such treatment, and (2) if required to be funded, is funded to the extent required by applicable law, and with respect to all other Foreign Benefit Plans, adequate reserves therefor have been established on the accounting statements of the applicable Company or subsidiary; (C) the Company does not have any obligations under any collective bargaining agreement with any union and no organization efforts are underway with respect to Company employees. As used in this Agreement, “Code” means the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended; “Employee Benefit Plan” means any “employee benefit plan” within the meaning of Section 3(3) of ERISA, including, without limitation, all stock purchase, stock option, stock-based severance, employment, change-in-control, medical, disability, fringe benefit, bonus, incentive, deferred compensation, employee loan and all other employee benefit plans, agreements, programs, policies or other arrangements, whether or not subject to ERISA, under which (x) any current or former employee, director or independent contractor of the Company or its subsidiaries has any present or future right to benefits and which are contributed to, sponsored by or maintained by the Company or any of its respective subsidiaries or (y) the Company or any of its subsidiaries has had or has any present or future obligation or liability; “ERISA” means the Employee Retirement Income Security Act of 1974, as amended; “ERISA Affiliate” means any member of the company’s controlled group as defined in Code Section 414(b), (c), (m) or (o); and “Foreign Benefit Plan” means any Employee Benefit Plan established, maintained or contributed to outside of the United States of America or which covers any employee working or residing outside of the United States.

  • ERISA Liabilities; Employee Plans The Credit Parties shall: (i) keep in full force and effect any and all Employee Plans which are presently in existence or may, from time to time, come into existence under ERISA, and not withdraw from any such Employee Plans, unless such withdrawal can be effected or such Employee Plans can be terminated without liability to the Credit Parties; (ii) make contributions to all of such Employee Plans in a timely manner and in a sufficient amount to comply with the standards of ERISA, including the minimum funding standards of ERISA; (iii) comply with all material requirements of ERISA which relate to such Employee Plans; (iv) notify Lender immediately upon receipt by the Credit Parties of any notice concerning the imposition of any withdrawal liability or of the institution of any Proceeding or other action which may result in the termination of any such Employee Plans or the appointment of a trustee to administer such Employee Plans; (v) promptly advise Lender of the occurrence of any “Reportable Event” or “Prohibited Transaction” (as such terms are defined in ERISA), with respect to any such Employee Plans; and (vi) amend any Employee Plan that is intended to be qualified within the meaning of Section 401 of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to the extent necessary to keep the Employee Plan qualified, and to cause the Employee Plan to be administered and operated in a manner that does not cause the Employee Plan to lose its qualified status.

  • Employee Benefit Plans and Related Matters; ERISA (a) Section 3.18(a) of the Company Disclosure Schedule sets forth as of the date of this Agreement a true and complete list of the material Company Benefit Plans, including all Company Benefit Plans subject to ERISA. With respect to each such material Company Benefit Plan, the Company has made available to Parent a true and complete copy of such Company Benefit Plan, if written, or a description of the material terms of such Company Benefit Plan if not written, and to the extent applicable, (i) any proposed amendments, (ii) all trust agreements, insurance contracts or other funding arrangements, (iii) the most recent actuarial and trust reports for both ERISA funding and financial statement purposes, (iv) the most recent Form 5500 with all attachments required to have been filed with the IRS or the Department of Labor and all schedules thereto, (v) the most recent IRS determination or opinion letter, and (vi) all current summary plan descriptions.

  • Welfare, Pension and Incentive Benefit Plans During the Employment Period and for a period of 12 months thereafter in the event that the Employment Period is terminated other than by the Executive's voluntary resignation or for Cause, the Executive (and his eligible spouse and dependents) shall be entitled to participate in all the welfare benefit plans and programs maintained by the Company from time to time for the benefit of its senior executives including, without limitation, all medical, hospitalization, dental, disability, accidental death and dismemberment and travel accident insurance plans and programs. In addition, during the Employment Period, the Executive shall be eligible to participate in all pension, retirement, savings and other employee benefit plans and programs maintained from time to time by the Company for the benefit of its senior executives. The Company will provide the Executive with family health insurance coverage including medical, dental, and vision coverage, comparable to the coverage currently held by the Executive.

  • Employee Matters; Benefit Plans (i) The employment of each officer and employee of the Company is terminable at the will of the Company, except as disclosed on Schedule 3(u)(i). The Company and its Subsidiaries have complied in all material respects with all applicable laws relating to wages, hours, equal opportunity, collective bargaining, workers’ compensation insurance and the payment of social security and other taxes. Except as disclosed on Schedule 3(u)(i), (i) the Company is not aware that any officer, key employee or group of employees intends to terminate his, her or their employment with the Company or its Subsidiaries, as the case may be, nor does (ii) the Company have a present intention, or know of a present intention of its Subsidiaries, to terminate the employment of any officer, key employee or group of employees. There are no pending or, to the Knowledge of the Company, threatened employment discrimination charges or complaints against or involving the Company or its Subsidiaries before any federal, state, or local board, department, commission or agency, or unfair labor practice charges or complaints, disputes or grievances affecting the Company or its Subsidiaries.