Memorandum of Understanding (March 3rd, 2011)
The parties to the putative consolidated class action filed in the Delaware Court of Chancery (the "Court"), captioned In re Wilmington Trust Corporation Shareholders Litigation, C.A. No. 5958-VCL (Del. Ch.) (the "Class Action"), by and through their respective attorneys, have reached an agreement in principle providing for the settlement of the Class Action (the "Settlement") on the terms and subject to the conditions set forth in this Memorandum of Understanding ("MOU"):
Portions of Proxy Statement Filed April 4, 2008 (April 4th, 2008)
The Board and management of Fannie Mae continually monitor the latest developments in corporate governance, as well as the most recent laws, rules, and regulations so that the Company adopts the latest and best corporate governance practices. Some examples of our practices include:
Mbna Corp – Executive Non-Compete Agreement (March 15th, 2005)
The following is a list of executive officers who have entered into an Executive Non-Compete Agreement in the form attached as Exhibit 10 to the Form 10-Q for the quarter ended September 30, 1999. The number of shares of restricted stock issued under Section 4 of the agreement is as follows:
Mbna Corp – Supplemental Executive Retirement Plan Executive Officer Participation (March 15th, 2005)
The following is a list of the executive officers who participate in the Supplemental Executive Retirement Plan and the applicable benefits schedule identified in the retirement plan for each executive officer.
Mbna Corp – Exhibit 10.7 (March 15th, 2004)
The following additional executive officers have entered into an Executive Non-Compete Agreement in the form attached as Exhibit 10 of Form 10-Q for the quarter ended September 30, 1999. The number of shares of restricted stock issued under Section 4 of the agreement is as follows.
Mbna Corp – Amended and Restated Employment and Retirement Agreement (March 15th, 2004)
This Amended and Restated Employment and Retirement Agreement (the Agreement) is dated as of December 12, 2003, by and between MBNA Corporation, a Maryland corporation with its head office in Wilmington, Delaware (together with its affiliates hereinafter the Corporation), and Charles M. Cawley (the Executive).