Employee Pension Plans Sample Clauses

Employee Pension Plans and (5) consulting agreements under which Seller has or may have any monetary obligations to employees or consultants of Seller or their beneficiaries or legal representatives or under which any such persons may have any rights. Seller has previously made available to Buyer true and complete copies of all of the foregoing employment contracts, collective bargaining agreements, Employee Plans and Compensation Arrangements, including descriptions of any unwritten contracts, agreements, Compensation Arrangements or Employee Plans, as amended to date. In addition, with respect to any Employee Plan which continues after the Closing Date, Seller has previously delivered or made available to Buyer (1) any related trust agreements, master trust agreements, annuity contracts or insurance contracts; (2) certified copies of all Board of Directors' resolutions adopting such plans and trust documents and amendments thereto; (3) current investment management agreements; (4) custodial agreements; (5) fiduciary liability insurance policies; (6) indemnification agreements; (7) the most recent determination letter (and underlying application thereof and correspondence and supplemental material related thereto) issued by the Internal Revenue Service with respect to the qualification of each Employee Plan under the provisions of Section 401(a) of the Code; (8) copies of all "advisory opinion letters," "private letter rulings," "no action letters," and any similar correspondence (and the underlying applications therefor and correspondence and supplemental material related thereto) that was issued by any governmental or quasigovernmental agency with respect to the last plan year; (9) Annual Reports (Form 5500 Series) and Schedules A and B thereto for the last plan year; (10) all actuarial reports prepared for the last plan year; (11) all certified Financial Statements for the last plan year; and (12) all current Summary Plan Descriptions,
Employee Pension Plans. With respect to any Retirement Plan: (a) engage, or knowingly permit any party in interest (as defined in Section 3(l4) of ERISA) or any disqualified person (as defined in Section 4975(e)(2) of the Code) to engage, in any prohibited transaction; (b) knowingly incur, or permit any Subsidiary to knowingly incur, any accumulated funding deficiency under Section 302 of ERISA or Section 412 of the Code, whether or not waived; (c) terminate, or permit any Subsidiary to terminate, any Retirement Plan in a manner which could result in the imposition of a Lien on any property of Borrower or any Subsidiary pursuant to Section 4068 of ERISA; or (d) take, or permit any Subsidiary to take, any action which would adversely affect the qualification of any Retirement Plan.
Employee Pension Plans. The School District and its employees contribute to the Teachers’ Pension Plan and Municipal Pension Plan (jointly trusteed pension plans). The boards of trustees for these plans, representing plan members and employers, are responsible for administering the pension plans, including investing assets and administering benefits. The plans are multi-employer defined benefit pension plans. Basic pension benefits are based on a formula. As at December 31, 2019, the Teachers’ Pension Plan had about 49,000 active members and approximately 39,000 retired members. As of December 31, 2019, the Municipal Pension Plan had about 213,000 active members, including approximately 27,000 from school districts. Every three years, an actuarial valuation is performed to assess the financial position of the plans and adequacy of plan funding. The actuary determines an appropriate combined employer and member contribution rate to fund the plans. The actuary’s calculated contribution rate is based on the entry-age normal cost method, which produces the long-term rate of member and employer contributions sufficient to provide benefits for average future entrants to the plans. This rate may be adjusted for the amortization of any actuarial funding surplus and will be adjusted for the amortization of any unfunded actuarial liability. The most recent actuarial valuation of the Teachers’ Pension Plan as at December 31, 2017, indicated a $1,656 million surplus for basic pension benefits on a going concern basis. The most recent actuarial valuation for the Municipal Pension Plan as at December 31, 2018, indicated a $2,866 million funding surplus for basic pension benefits on a going concern basis. The School District paid $45,249,461 (2020 - $43,784,235) for employer contributions to these plans in the year ended June 30, 2021. The next valuation for the Teachers’ Pension Plan will be as at December 31, 2020, with results available in 2021. The next valuation for the Municipal Pension Plan will be as at December 31, 2021, with results available in 2022. Employers participating in the plans record their pension expense as the amount of employer contributions made during the fiscal year (defined contribution pension plan accounting). This is because the plans record accrued liabilities and accrued assets for each plan in aggregate, resulting in no consistent and reliable basis for allocating the obligation, assets and cost to individual employers participating in the plans.
Employee Pension Plans. Employees of the school division participate in the following pension plans: Multi-Employer Defined Benefit Plans The school division’s employees participate in one of the following multi-employer defined benefit plans:
Employee Pension Plans. The Authority had no employees or pension plans to note during this fiscal year.
Employee Pension Plans. Schedule 7.1.12(a) List of patents and trademarks / Notices regarding infringement of any Intellectual Property Rights Schedule 7.1.13 Litigation Schedule 7.1.15 Environmental matters Schedule 7.1.16 Aggregate annual costs of performing product warranty obligations Schedule 7.1.17 Outstanding insurance claims Schedule 7.1.19 IT Assets Schedule 7.1.18 Licenses and permits Schedule 7.1.20 Related party transactions
Employee Pension Plans. Pacific agrees the employee pension plans of Pacific, including the Pacific Capital 401(k) Plan and the Pacific Employee Stock Ownership Plan (collectively, the "Pacific Pension Plans") may be frozen, modified or merged into similar employee pension plans maintained by SBB or SBB&T, including the Santa Barbara Bank & Trust Employee Stock Ownership Plan and the Santa Barbara Bank & Trust 401(k) Plan, on or after the Effective Date, as determined by the Surviving Corporation in its sole discretion, subject to compliance with applicable law, so long as any such action preserves the rights of the participants in such Pacific Pension Plans (including, without limitation, vesting rights).
Employee Pension Plans. All employee pension plans that are mandatory under applicable laws have been duly and timely funded in accordance with said laws.
Employee Pension Plans. Forrester sponsors several defined contribution plans for eligible employees. Generally, the defined contribution plans have funding provisions which, in certain situations, require contributions based upon formulas relating to employee wages or the level of elective participant contributions, as well as allow for additional discretionary contributions. Further, certain plans contain vesting provisions. Forrester's pension contributions totaled approximately $762,000, $1,046,000, and $1,243,000 for the years ended December 31, 2002, 2003, and 2004, respectively. F-26 FORRESTER RESEARCH, INC. NOTES TO CONSOLIDATED FINANCIAL STATEMENTS -- (CONTINUED)
Employee Pension Plans. The Home and its employees participate in Provincial contributory defined benefit pension plans for management employees, nursing and paramedical employees and general and service employees of New Brunswick nursing homes. These pension plans provide pensions based on the length of service and best average earnings. Pension benefits and assets are for all members of the Provincial plan and are not segregated by nursing home. Defined contribution plan accounting is applied to the contributory defined benefit pension plan for which the Home has insufficient information to apply defined benefit plan accounting.