Normal Retirement Sample Clauses

Normal Retirement. Unless Separation from Service or a Change in Control occurs before Normal Retirement Age, when the Executive attains Normal Retirement Age the Bank shall pay to the Executive the benefit described in this section 2.1 instead of any other benefit under this Agreement. If the Executive’s Separation from Service thereafter is a Termination with Cause or if this Agreement terminates under Article 5, no further benefits shall be paid.
Normal Retirement. Normal Retirement Age under the Plan is: (Choose (a) or (b)) [X] (a) 65 [State age, but may not exceed age 65].
Normal Retirement. (a) At his Normal Retirement Date, the Executive will retire and will be entitled to receive the Supplemental Benefit, computed in the form of a single life annuity for his life. Payment of the Supplemental Benefit will commence on the Executive's Normal Retirement Date. The monthly amount of the Supplemental Benefit shall equal one-twelfth of the product of two and one-half percent (2.5%) of the Executive's Final Average Compensation times the number of years of his creditable service determined under the provisions of the Retirement Plan (subject to a maximum of 62.5%), reduced by the monthly amount payable under the Retirement Plan and any Other Pension Plan. The offset shall equal the monthly amounts actually payable under the Retirement Plan and any Other Pension Plan, based on the payment option elected by the Executive.
Normal Retirement. Normal Retirement Age under the Plan is: (Choose (a) or (b))
Normal Retirement. If your employment is terminated due ----------------- to normal retirement, you shall not be entitled to severance benefits under this Agreement, regardless of the occurrence of a Change in Control. A termination by normal retirement shall have occurred where your termination is caused by the fact that you have reached normal retirement age for employees in your position.
Normal Retirement. In the event the Optionee voluntarily terminates his or her employment with the Company or an Eligible Subsidiary at or after reaching age 65, and as of the date of the Optionee’s Normal Retirement the Optionee holds Options that remain subject to any Performance Objective, the Options shall remain outstanding for up to the fifth anniversary of such date (or if earlier, up to the Expiration Date of the Option) to determine whether such conditions become satisfied (and if the Committee determines that the Performance Objectives are satisfied within such period, the Options shall remain outstanding and may be exercised up until the fifth anniversary of the date of the Optionee’s Normal Retirement (or if earlier, up until the Expiration Date of the Options)). In the event the Optionee voluntarily terminates his or her employment with the Company or an Eligible Subsidiary at or after reaching age 65, and as of the date of the Optionee’s Normal Retirement, the Optionee holds Options that are not subject to any unsatisfied Performance Objective, the Options shall remain outstanding and may be exercised up until the fifth anniversary of such date (or if earlier, up until the Expiration Date of the Option).
Normal Retirement. Upon said retirement, if the Executive has been employed with the Bank for thirty (30) years, the Bank, commencing with the first day of the month following the date of such retirement, shall pay the Executive an annual benefit as described in Exhibit 1. Said benefit may be paid in equal monthly installments (1/12th of the annual benefit) until the death of the executive, annual installments until the death of the executive or in a lump sum reduced to present value as set forth in Subparagraph XI (K). Executive must decide on the payout mode, one (1) year prior to retirement. If, however, less than one-hundred and ninety-two (192) such monthly payments have been made prior to the death of the Executive, then the Bank, at its discretion, will continue the payments until the full one-hundred and ninety-two (192) payments have been made or will make the total amount of said payment(s) payable in a lump sum reduced to present value as set forth in Subparagraph XI (K) to said beneficiary(ies). In the absence of any effective beneficiary designation, any such amounts becoming due and payable upon the death of the Executive shall be payable to the duly qualified executor or administrator of the Executive’s estate. Said payments due hereunder shall begin the first day of the second month following the decease of the Executive
Normal Retirement. Subject to Section 2.2.7, and except as otherwise set forth in Section 2.2.2 or 2.2.3, if the Executive's employment terminates on or after his Normal Retirement Date, the Company will pay the Executive a monthly benefit starting on the first of the month after his employment terminates and ending with the payment for the month in which his death occurs or, if later, after the payment of 120 such payments. Any such payments made after the death of the Executive shall be made (i) to the Executive's designated beneficiary, if any or (ii) if there is no designated beneficiary or the designated beneficiary dies before a total of 120 payments have been made to the Executive and the designated beneficiary, to the Executive's estate. Such monthly benefit (the "Normal Retirement Benefit") shall be an amount equal to (A) the product of his Final Average Pay, Benefit Percentage, and his Vesting Percentage, less (B) his Qualified Pension Benefits.
Normal Retirement. If the Executive remains in continuous service with the Corporation until he completes thirty years of continuous service with the Corporation, but his continuous service terminates for reasons other than death or by the Corporation for “cause” (as defined in Section 2.4), the Corporation shall pay a supplemental retirement benefit to the Executive. The annual amount of the supplemental retirement benefit shall be fifty percent (50%) of the Executive’s final average compensation. The supplemental retirement benefit shall be paid in equal installments in accordance with the Corporation’s regular payroll practices for executives in effect from time to time, commencing as of the first payroll period ending coincident with or immediately following the Executive’s normal retirement date, and continuing for a term certain of fifteen years; except as otherwise provided in Sections 5 or 14. For purposes of this Agreement, unless otherwise indicated by the context.