PRE-RETIREMENT DIVERSIFICATION RIGHTS Sample Clauses

PRE-RETIREMENT DIVERSIFICATION RIGHTS. Any Qualified Participant shall have the right to make an election to direct the Plan as to investment of his or her KSOP Stock Account. Such a Qualified Participant may elect within 90 days after the close of each Plan Year in the Qualified Election Period to diversify 25% of his or her KSOP Stock Account, less any amount to which a prior election applies. In the case of the last year to which an election applies, 50% shall be substituted for 25%. If the Fair Market Value of the Company Stock in a Qualified Participant’s KSOP Stock Account is $500 or less as of the Accounting Date immediately preceding the first day of any Qualified Election Period, then such Qualified Participant shall not be entitled to an election under this Section 11.10 for that Qualified Election Period. The Plan may satisfy the requirements of this Section 11.10 by offering at least three (3) investment options to the Qualified Participant. In addition, if the Qualified Participant consents, the Plan may distribute the portion of the KSOP Stock Account covered by the election to the Qualified Participant within the 90 day period after the election is made.

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  • Severance and Retirement Options (a) (i) Where an employee resigns within 30 days after receiving notice of layoff pursuant to article 14.02 (a)(ii) that his or her position will be eliminated, he or she shall be entitled to a separation allowance of two (2) weeks' salary for each year of continuous service to a maximum of sixteen (16) weeks' pay, and, on production of receipts from an approved educational program, within twelve (12) months of resignation, may be reimbursed for tuition fees up to a maximum of three thousand ($3,000) dollars.

  • Oregon Public Service Retirement Plan Pension Program Members For purposes of this Section 2, “employee” means an employee who is employed by the State on or after August 29, 2003 and who is not eligible to receive benefits under ORS Chapter 238 for service with the State pursuant to Section 2 of Chapter 733, Oregon Laws 2003.

  • Pre-Retirement Death Benefits Should the Director die while --------- ----------------------------- serving as a director of the Bank and prior to the occurrence of his Retirement Age, the Bank will pay $1,083.33 per month for a continuous period of 120 months to the Beneficiary or Beneficiaries of the Director. The first such monthly installment payment shall be made on a date to be determined by the Bank, but in no event later than the first day of the calendar month following the calendar month in which the Director died. In the event of the death of the last living Beneficiary before all installment payments shall have been made, the balance of any payments which remain unpaid at the time of such Beneficiary's death shall be commuted on the basis of seven and one-half percent (7 1/2%) per annum compounded interest and shall be paid in a single sum to the estate of the last Beneficiary to die. In the absence of any such beneficiary designation, or if no Beneficiary survives the Director, any payments remaining unpaid at the Director's death shall be commuted on the basis of seven and one-half percent (7 1/2%) per annum compounded interest and shall be paid in a single sum to the Director's estate.

  • Pre-Retirement Death Benefit 4.1 (a) Normal form of payment. If (i) the Director dies while employed by the Bank, and (ii) the Director has not made a Timely Election to receive a lump sum benefit, this Subsection 4.1(a) shall be controlling with respect to pre-retirement death benefits. The balance of the Director=s Retirement Income Trust Fund, measured as of the later of (i) the Director=s death, or (ii) the date any final lump sum Contribution is made pursuant to Subsection 2.1(b), shall be annuitized (using the Interest Factor) into monthly installments and shall be payable for the Payout Period. Such benefits shall commence within thirty (30) days of the date the Administrator receives notice of the Director=s death. Should Retirement Income Trust Fund assets actually earn a rate of return, following the date such balance is annuitized, which is less than the rate of return used to annuitize the Retirement Income Trust Fund, no additional contributions to the Retirement Income Trust Fund shall be required by the Bank in order to fund the final benefit payment(s) and make up for any shortage attributable to the less-than-expected rate of return. Should Retirement Income Trust Fund assets actually earn a rate of return, following the date such balance is annuitized, which is greater than the rate of return used to annuitize the Retirement Income Trust Fund, the final benefit payment to the Director=s Beneficiary shall distribute the excess amounts attributable to the greater-than-expected rate of return. The Director=s Beneficiary may request to receive the unpaid balance of the Director=s Retirement Income Trust Fund in a lump sum payment. If a lump sum payment is requested by the Beneficiary, payment of the balance of the Retirement Income Trust Fund in such lump sum form shall be made only if the Director=s Beneficiary notifies both the Administrator and trustee in writing of such election within ninety (90) days of the Director=s death. Such lump sum payment shall be made within thirty (30) days of such notice. The Director=s Accrued Benefit Account (if applicable), measured as of the later of (i) the Director's death or (ii) the date any final lump sum Phantom Contribution is recorded in the Accrued Benefit Account pursuant to Subsection 2.1(c), shall be annuitized (using the Interest Factor) into monthly installments and shall be payable to the Director's Beneficiary for the Payout Period. Such benefit payments shall commence within thirty (30) days of the date the Administrator receives notice of the Director=s death, or if later, within thirty (30) days after any final lump sum Phantom Contribution is recorded in the Accrued Benefit Account in accordance with Subsection 2.1(c).

  • Incentive, Savings and Retirement Plans During the Employment Period, the Executive shall be entitled to participate in all incentive, savings and retirement plans, practices, policies and programs applicable generally to other peer executives of the Company and its affiliated companies, but in no event shall such plans, practices, policies and programs provide the Executive with incentive opportunities (measured with respect to both regular and special incentive opportunities, to the extent, if any, that such distinction is applicable), savings opportunities and retirement benefit opportunities, in each case, less favorable, in the aggregate, than the most favorable of those provided by the Company and its affiliated companies for the Executive under such plans, practices, policies and programs as in effect at any time during the 120-day period immediately preceding the Effective Date or if more favorable to the Executive, those provided generally at any time after the Effective Date to other peer executives of the Company and its affiliated companies.

  • Narrow Participation Retirement Fund A fund established in Singapore to provide retirement, disability, or death benefits to beneficiaries that are current or former employees (or persons designated by such employees) of one or more employers in consideration for services rendered, provided that:

  • Pre-Retirement Leave An Employee scheduled to retire and to receive a superannuation allowance under the applicable pension Acts or who has reached the mandatory retiring age, shall be entitled to:

  • Public Employees Retirement System “PERS”) Members. For purposes of this Section 1, “employee” means an employee who is employed by the State on August 28, 2003 and who is eligible to receive benefits under ORS Chapter 238 for service with the State pursuant to Section 2 of Chapter 733, Oregon Laws 2003.

  • Post-Retirement Benefits The present value of the expected cost of post-retirement medical and insurance benefits payable by the Borrower and its Subsidiaries to its employees and former employees, as estimated by the Borrower in accordance with procedures and assumptions deemed reasonable by the Required Lenders is zero.

  • Pre-Retirement Counseling Leave Each employee shall be granted up to three and one-half (3-1/2) days leave with pay to pursue bona fide pre-retirement counseling programs if the employee is within five (5) years of the employee's chosen retirement date. Employees shall request the use of leave provided in this Article at least five (5) days prior to the intended date of use. Authorization for the use of pre-retirement counseling leave shall not be withheld unless the Agency determines that the use of such leave shall handicap the efficiency of the employee's work unit. When the dates requested for pre-retirement leave cannot be granted for the above reason, the Agency shall offer the employee a choice from three (3) other sets of dates. The leave herein discussed may be used to investigate and assemble the employee's retirement program, including PERS, Social Security, Insurance and other retirement income.