Definition of Post-Forfeiture Period


Post-Forfeiture Period means the period from the Forfeiture Date until the later of the Original Settlement Date or the Agreed Settlement Date;
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Examples of Post-Forfeiture Period in a sentence

In the event of your retirement in accordance with the provisions of any appropriate retirement plan of Procter & Gamble during the Post-Forfeiture Period, you will retain your Restricted Stock Units subject to the Plan and these Terms and Conditions.
In the event of your disability during the Post-Forfeiture Period, unless otherwise agreed to in writing by the Company, your Original Settlement Date or Agreed Settlement Date, as applicable, shall automatically and immediately become, without any further action by you or the Company, the date of your disability.
During the Post-Forfeiture Period, you will retain your Restricted Stock Units subject to the Plan and these Terms and Conditions if you leave your position as a Director for any reason, except due to your disability.
During the Post-Forfeiture Period, if you leave your employment with Procter & Gamble for any reason other than: (i) Disability; (ii) Special Separation; or (iii) retirement in accordance with the provisions of any appropriate retirement plan of Procter & Gamble, your Original Settlement Date or Agreed Settlement Date, as applicable, will automatically and immediately become, without any further action by you or the Company, the date of your termination of employment.
In the event of your Disability or Special Separation during the Post-Forfeiture Period, unless otherwise agreed to in writing by the Company, your Original Settlement Date will automatically and immediately become, without any further action by you or the Company, the date of your Disability or Special Separation, as applicable.