Master pension plan

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Master pension plan

Master Pension Plan

A retirement plan designed by a bank or other financial institution. When creating or updating employee benefits for a company, an employer may look at a master pension plan and adapt it to the company's individual needs. It is also called a prototype plan.
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77 billion (Dh1 billion), and that the board was finding it challenging to contribute its share to the employees' master pension and gratuity trust.
1 billion of preferred LLC equity interests in indirect, wholly-owned subsidiary AT&T Mobility II LLC to the AT&T Pension Benefit Plan, a defined benefit (DB) plan, assets of which are held in a master pension trust.
Those pension funds -- two General Motors funds and the AT&T Master Pension Trust -- will retain a 52 percent stake in the Realty Group.
s (AT&T) proposed contribution of preferred equity interests in its wireless business to its master pension trust has a positive effect on the company's credit profile in the long term.
Plans that have hired Barings to run funds in this mandate include, Neville Chemical Company Master Pension Trust, The Lincoln Electric Company Master Retirement Trust, South Miami Retirement System, Alexander Proudfoot Companies, and Lexington-Fayette Urban County Government.
Master Pension Trust for the purchase of senior subordinated debentures of Uniflex as arranged by Allied Capital Management LLC and (iii) Sterling/Carl Marks Capital, Inc.
a nominee for the Long Term Investment Trust, formerly known as the AT&T Master Pension Trust); The Morgan Stanley Leveraged Equity Fund II, L.
2 million shares of Cummins common stock to the Cummins master pension trust and an institutional investor.

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