The Administrator. The Administrator shall furnish at its own expense the executive, supervisory and clerical personnel necessary to perform its obligations under this Agreement. The Administrator shall also provide the items which it is obligated to provide under this Agreement, and shall pay all compensation, if any, of officers of the Trust as well as all Trustees of the Trust who are affiliated persons of the Administrator or any affiliated corporation of the Administrator; provided, however, that unless otherwise specifically provided, the Administrator shall not be obligated to pay the compensation of any employee of the Trust retained by the Trustees of the Trust to perform services on behalf of the Trust.
The Administrator. The Administrator shall furnish at its own expense the personnel necessary to perform its obligations under this Agreement.
The Administrator. The Administrator assumes and shall pay, or cause its affiliate to pay, for maintaining the staff and personnel necessary to perform its obligations under this Agreement, and shall, at its own expense, provide the office space, facilities and necessary personnel which it is obligated to provided under Article I hereof. The Administrator shall pay, or cause its affiliate to pay, compensation of all Officers of the Corporation and all Directors of the Corporation who are affiliated persons of the Administrator or of an affiliate of the Administrator.
The Administrator. The Administrator assumes and shall pay for maintaining the staff and personnel and shall at its own expense provide the equipment (other than equipment used in connection with the Funds' custodial system), office space and facilities necessary to perform its obligations under this Agreement, and shall pay all compensation of officers of the Company and the fees of all directors of the Company who are affiliated persons of the Administrator.
The Administrator. 9.1.1 The Employer may appoint one or more persons as Administrator, who may also be removed by the Employer. If any individual is appointed as Administrator, and the individual is an Employee, the individual will be considered to have resigned as Administrator if he or she terminates Employment and at least one other person continues to serve as Administrator. Employees shall receive no compensation for their services rendered to or as Administrator.
The Administrator. The Administrator shall furnish at its own expense the executive, supervisory and clerical personnel necessary to perform its obligations under this
The Administrator. The Administrator shall have the responsibility and authority to control the operation and administration of the Plan in accordance with its terms including, without limiting the generality of the foregoing, (i) any investment decisions assigned to it under the Adoption Agreement or transmission to the Trustee of any participant investment decision under Section 11.02; (ii) interpretation of the Plan, conclusive determination of all questions of eligibility, status, benefits and rights under the Plan and certification to the Trustee of all benefits payments under the Plan; (iii) hiring of persons to provide necessary services to the Plan not provided by Employees; (iv) preparation and filing of all statements, returns and reports required to be filed by the Plan with any agency of Government; (v) compliance with all disclosure requirements of all state or federal law; (vi) maintenance and retention of all Plan records as required by law, except those required to be maintained by the Trustee; and (vii) all functions otherwise assigned to it under the terms of the Plan.
The Administrator. The Administrator shall furnish at its own expense the executive, supervisory and clerical personnel necessary to perform its obligations under this Agreement. The Administrator shall also provide the items which it is obligated to provide under this Agreement, and shall pay all compensation, if any, of officers of the Trust as well as all Trustees of the Trust who are officers or employees of the Administrator or any affiliated company of the Administrator; provided, however, the Trust shall pay that portion of the compensation of the Trust’s Chief Compliance Officer attributable to the Funds on the basis of relative net assets. Except as otherwise provided herein, the Administrator further assumes and shall pay or cause to be paid all other expenses of the Trust not otherwise allocated herein, including, without limitation, organization costs, taxes, ordinary fees and expenses for legal and auditing services, fees and expenses of pricing services, the expenses of preparing (including typesetting), printing and mailing reports, prospectuses, statements of additional information, proxy solicitation material and notices to existing shareholders, all expenses incurred in connection with issuing and redeeming shares (other than transfer agency and sub-transfer agency fees and expenses), the cost of custodial and fund accounting services, and the cost of initial and ongoing registration of the shares under Federal and state securities laws.
The Administrator. This Plan shall be administered by and all awards under this Plan shall be authorized by the Administrator. The “Administrator” means the Board or one or more committees appointed by the Board or another committee (within its delegated authority) to administer all or certain aspects of this Plan. Any such committee shall be comprised solely of one or more directors or such number of directors as may be required under applicable law. A committee may delegate some or all of its authority to another committee so constituted. The Board or a committee comprised solely of directors may also delegate, to the extent permitted by Section 157(c) of the Delaware General Corporation Law and any other applicable law, to one or more officers of the Corporation, its powers under this Plan (a) to designate the officers and employees of the Corporation and its Subsidiaries who will receive grants of awards under this Plan, and (b) to determine the number of shares subject to, and the other terms and conditions of, such awards. The Board may delegate different levels of authority to different committees with administrative and grant authority under this Plan. Unless otherwise provided in the Bylaws of the Corporation or the applicable charter of any Administrator: (a) a majority of the members of the acting Administrator shall constitute a quorum, and (b) the vote of a majority of the members present assuming the presence of a quorum or the unanimous written consent of the members of the Administrator shall constitute action by the acting Administrator. With respect to awards intended to satisfy the requirements for performance-based compensation under Section 162(m) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the “Code”), this Plan shall be administered by a committee consisting solely of two or more outside directors (as this requirement is applied under Section 162(m) of the Code); provided, however, that the failure to satisfy such requirement shall not affect the validity of the action of any committee otherwise duly authorized and acting in the matter. Award grants, and transactions in or involving awards, intended to be exempt under Rule 16b-3 under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended (the “Exchange Act”), must be duly and timely authorized by the Board or a committee consisting solely of two or more non-employee directors (as this requirement is applied under Rule 16b-3 promulgated under the Exchange Act). To the extent required by any applicable l...
The Administrator. The Administrator, acting on behalf of the Plan, may amend, modify, change or revise the Plan or any Appendix, in whole or in part, provided, however, such amendment may only: (1) implement other amendments either adopted by the Senior Vice President on behalf of the Company or pursuant to subparagraph (a) hereof, and, further, the Administrator will have no discretionary authority when causing such implementing amendments to be drafted and adopted, except where required by law; (2) be drafted and adopted to cause the Plan to be tax-exempt under the Code; or (3) be drafted and adopted to comply with other applicable law. All expenses incurred in connection with the preparation and adoption of amendments by the Administrator will be charged to the Plan and Trust.