Supplemental Retirement Benefit definition

Supplemental Retirement Benefit means the benefit determined under Article V of this Plan.
Supplemental Retirement Benefit means the benefit payable to a Participant pursuant to this Plan by reason of his termination of employment with the Company and all Affiliates for any reason other than death.
Supplemental Retirement Benefit means the basic retirement benefit determined under Article IV of this Plan.

Examples of Supplemental Retirement Benefit in a sentence

  • The Executive shall be entitled to receive such Supplemental Retirement Benefit without regard to whether the Executive has attained age 55 or completed five years of “Service” (as defined in the SERP) as of the Date of Termination.

  • Such Supplemental Retirement Benefit shall be determined by crediting the Executive with additional months of Service (if any) equal to the number of full calendar months from the Date of Termination to the date on which the Executive would have attained age 62.

  • The Executive shall be treated as qualified for “Retirement” (as defined in the SERP) as of the Date of Termination, and the Executive’s Vesting Factor with respect to the Supplemental Retirement Benefit shall be 100%.

  • The Executive’s Supplemental Retirement Benefit shall be calculated based on the Executive’s actual age as of the date of commencement of payment of such Supplemental Retirement Benefit (the “SERP Distribution Date”), and by applying the applicable early retirement factors under the SERP, if the Executive has not attained age 62 but has attained age 55 as of the SERP Distribution Date.

  • The Executive’s Supplemental Retirement Benefit shall be determined in accordance with this Section 5(c), notwithstanding any contrary provisions of the SERP and, to the extent subject to Section 409A of the Code, shall be paid in accordance with Treasury Regulation Section 1.409A-3(c)(1).


More Definitions of Supplemental Retirement Benefit

Supplemental Retirement Benefit means the Executive's benefit under this Agreement.
Supplemental Retirement Benefit means the benefit payable to a Participant pursuant to the Plan by reason of his termination of employment with the Company and all affiliates for any reason other than death.
Supplemental Retirement Benefit means the benefit to be paid as described and pursuant to the calculations set out in Section 2 herein.
Supplemental Retirement Benefit. The benefit described in Section 2.2.
Supplemental Retirement Benefit means the benefit payable in accordance with the provisions of Section 3, hereof.
Supplemental Retirement Benefit will mean the lump sum actuarial equivalent of the aggregate retirement benefit the Executive would have been entitled to receive under the Company’s supplemental and other retirement plans, including the General Dynamics Corporation Retirement Plan for Salaried Employees (the “Pension Plan”), and if applicable, an individual retirement benefit agreement with the Company or any of its Subsidiaries. For purposes of the foregoing, the “actuarial equivalent” will be determined in accordance with the actuarial assumptions used for the calculation of benefits under the Pension Plan as applied immediately prior to the Termination Date in accordance with past practices.
Supplemental Retirement Benefit means the lump sum actuarial equivalent of the aggregate retirement benefit the Executive would have been entitled to receive under the Company's supplemental and other retirement plans including but not limited to The Pension Plan for Associates of Nine West Group Inc. (the "Pension Plan"). For purposes of this Section 2(b)(4), the "actuarial equivalent" shall be determined in accordance with the actuarial assumptions used for the calculation of benefits under the Pension Plan as applied prior to the Termination Date in accordance with the Pension Plan's past practices;