Involuntary Termination of Employment Sample Clauses

Involuntary Termination of Employment. If the Executive does not exercise his withdrawal rights pursuant to Subsection 2.2, and the Executive's employment with the Bank is involuntarily terminated for any reason, including a termination due to disability of the Executive but excluding termination for Cause, or termination following a Change in Control within thirty-six (36) months of such Change in Control, within thirty (30) days of such involuntary termination of employment, the Bank shall be required to make an immediate lump sum Contribution to the Executive's Retirement Income Trust Fund in an amount equal to: (i) the full Contribution required for the Plan Year in which such involuntary termination occurs, if not yet made, plus (ii) the present value (computed using a discount rate equal to the Interest Factor) of all remaining Contributions to the Retirement Income Trust Fund; provided however, that, if necessary, an additional amount shall be contributed to the Retirement Income Trust Fund which is sufficient to provide the Executive with after tax benefits (assuming a constant tax rate equal to the rate in effect as of the date of the Executive's termination) beginning at his Benefit Age, equal in amount to that benefit which would have been payable to the Executive if no secular trust had been implemented and the benefit obligation had been accrued under APB Opinion No. 12, as amended by FAS 106.
Involuntary Termination of Employment. In the event the Grantee’s employment with the Company is terminated by the Company not for Cause (as defined below), the Restricted Stock Units will vest immediately with respect to the number of Shares, if any, that would have vested in accordance with the regular vesting schedule set forth in paragraph (b) above as if the Grantee’s employment had continued for an additional twelve (12) months. Any remaining unvested portion of the Restricted Stock Units will be immediately forfeited. “Cause” shall mean (i) conviction of the Grantee of a felony involving moral turpitude or dishonesty; (ii) the Grantee, in carrying out his or her duties for the Company, has been guilty of (A) gross neglect or (B) willful misconduct; provided, however, that any act or failure to act by the Grantee shall not constitute Cause for this purpose if such act or failure to act was committed, or omitted, by the Grantee in good faith and in a manner reasonably believed to be in the overall best interests of the Company; (iii) the Grantee’s continued willful refusal to obey any appropriate policy or requirement duly adopted by the Company and the continuance of such refusal after receipt of notice; or (iv) Grantee’s sustained failure to perform the essential duties of Grantee’s role after receipt of notice. The determination of whether the Grantee acted in good faith and that he or she reasonably believed his or her action to be in the Company’s overall best interest will be in the reasonable judgment of the General Counsel of the Company or, if the General Counsel shall have an actual or potential conflict of interest, the Committee.
Involuntary Termination of Employment. In the event of the Executive’s Involuntary Termination prior to Retirement, the Bank shall pay the Executive an involuntary termination benefit, in lieu of any other benefit under this Agreement, in an amount equal to the present value of an annual retirement benefit of Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000) per year for fifteen (15) years, reduced by ten percent (10%) for each year prior to December 31, 2012 that Involuntary Termination occurs (prorated by month), determined as of the first day of the month in which Involuntary Termination occurs. The benefit shall be paid in a lump sum, determined by using the assumptions set forth in Section IX(L) and the payment shall be made on the date the Executive attains age sixty-five (65). “Involuntary Termination” means the Executive’s Employment Terminates by action of the Bank prior to Retirement, and such Termination of Employment is not For Cause.
Involuntary Termination of Employment. Involuntary Termination of Employment" shall mean any termination of Executive's employment by the Company and its subsidiaries, other than a termination for Cause or due to death or Disability.
Involuntary Termination of Employment. The Option granted under this Agreement shall automatically terminate after the involuntary termination of employment (as hereinafter defined) of the Optionee with the Corporation. For purposes of this Agreement, “Involuntary Termination of Employment” shall mean any termination of the Optionee’s employment with the Corporation by reason of being discharged, firing or other involuntary termination of an Optionee’s employment by action of the Corporation.
Involuntary Termination of Employment. In the event of the Executive’s Involuntary Termination prior to Retirement, the Bank shall pay the Executive an involuntary termination benefit, in lieu of any other benefit under this Agreement. The involuntary termination benefit shall be an amount equal to the present value (determined as of the first day of the month in which Involuntary Termination occurs) of the annual early retirement benefit that Executive would have received for fifteen (15) years had Executive Retired on the first day of the month in which Involuntary Termination occurs, as described in Section III(B) above. The involuntary termination benefit shall be paid in a lump sum, determined by using the assumptions set forth in Section X(L) and the payment shall be made on the date the Executive attains age sixty-five (65). “Involuntary Termination” means the Executive’s Employment Terminates by action of the Bank prior to Retirement, and such Termination of Employment is not For Cause. Any benefit payable under this Section shall be subject to reduction or elimination as provided in Sections VII or VIII.
Involuntary Termination of Employment. If the Optionee participates in the Company’s Key Executive Severance Plan, as amended (the “KESP”), and, before the Option becomes vested, the Optionee’s employment with the Company terminates pursuant to an Involuntary Termination (as defined in the KESP), the Option shall vest in accordance with the terms of the KESP.
Involuntary Termination of Employment. “Involuntary Termination of Employment” shall mean
Involuntary Termination of Employment. Subject to Subparagraph VIII (i) hereinbelow, in the event that the employment of the Executive shall terminate prior to retirement from active employment, as provided in Subparagraphs III (A) and (C), by the Bank's discharge of the Executive without cause, then the Executive shall be entitled to receive the Executive's accrued liability balance at the time of said termination multiplied by the Executive's vested percentage in said benefits at the time of said termination (Paragraph VIII) payable in a lump sum upon the Executive attaining Normal Retirement Age [Subparagraph III(B)]. Said benefit amount is set forth in Column (G) of Exhibit A, attached hereto and fully incorporated herein by reference.