Retirement Benefit Plans. The Corporation shall cause the Executive to become fully vested in any qualified and non-qualified plans, programs or arrangements in which the Executive participated if the plan, program, or arrangement does not address the effect of a change in control. The Corporation also shall contribute or cause a Subsidiary to contribute to any account of the Executive under a 401(k) plan, retirement plan, or profit-sharing plan the matching and voluntary contributions, if any, that would have been made had the Executive's employment not terminated before the end of the plan year.
Retirement Benefit Plans. Executive shall be entitled to receive a qualified pension benefit, and shall be entitled to all payment options available to her, in accordance with the terms of the Chicago Board of Trade Employees Pension Plan and shall be entitled to receive her account balance, under the Company’s Employees’ 401(k) Retirement Plan in accordance with the terms of such Plan.
Retirement Benefit Plans. While Executive will no longer be an eligible participant in either the U.S. Concrete 401(k) Savings Plan or the U.S. Concrete Deferred Compensation Plan as of the Transition Date, Executive acknowledges that any distribution from either plan will be determined by the plan’s rules or the distribution elections previously made by Executive. h. Upon termination of this Agreement, Executive shall be allowed to retain both his Company provided cell phone and iPad. 4.
Retirement Benefit Plans. Pension and Other Postretirement Plans Several domestic subsidiaries have pension plans covering substantially all of their employees. These plans are noncontributory, defined benefit pension plans. The benefits to be paid under these plans are generally based on employees' retirement age and years of service. The companies' funding policies, subject to the minimum funding requirements of the applicable U.S. or foreign employee benefit and tax laws, are to contribute such amounts as determined on an actuarial basis to provide the plans with assets sufficient to meet the benefit obligations. Plan assets consist primarily of fixed income investments, corporate equities and government securities. The Company also provides certain health care and life insurance benefits for some of its retired employees.
Retirement Benefit Plans. (a) Except as provided in Schedule 4.6, neither the Company nor any ERISA Affiliate contributes to any Plan or Benefit Arrangement or has contributed to or sponsored any Plan or Benefit Arrangement in the five-year period ending with the Closing Date. As to all Plans and Benefit Arrangements listed in Schedule 4.6:
Retirement Benefit Plans. (a) On or prior to the date hereof, XXXXXXX has provided XXXXXX with true, complete and accurate copies of all "employee benefit plans" (within the meaning of Section 3(2) of ERISA) in Schedule 3.10, which are stock bonus, pension or profit-sharing plans within the meaning of Section 401(a) of the Code. Each such plan has been duly authorized by XXXXXXX'x board of directors. Each such plan is qualified in form and operation under Section 401 (a) of the Code and each trust under each such plan is exempt from tax under Section 501(a) of the Code. No event has occurred that will or could give rise to disqualification or loss of tax exempt status of any such plan or trust under such Sections. No event has occurred that will or could subject any such plans to tax under Section 511 of the Code. Schedule 3.10 also lists all retainer, consulting, retirement, severance, welfare or incentive plans, agreements or arrangements as well as any plan, agreement or arrangement providing for "fringe benefits" or perquisites to employees, officers, directors or agents and all group insurance contracts maintained by it for its employees and former employees.