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Form of 2021 award grant letter for cash performance awards made under the Dover Corporation 2021 Omnibus Incentive Plan
Contract Categories: Human Resources - Bonus & Incentive Agreements
EX-10.42 4 a2021123110-kexhibit1042.htm EX-10.42 Document
Cash Performance Award
DATE: <<Date>>, 2021
Here are the details for your Cash Performance Award:
Your business unit - XXX
The Performance Period is the [three]-year period - <<Date>>, 2021
Your target Cash Performance Award payout at the 100% level - XXX
The actual Cash Performance Award amount to be paid to you, if any, will be derived from the Cash Performance Payout Table included in this Award agreement.
Your Cash Performance Award is subject to all the terms and provisions of the Dover Corporation (“Dover”) 2021 Omnibus Incentive Plan (“Plan”), which terms and provisions are expressly incorporated into and made a part of the award as if set forth in full herein. Capitalized terms used but not defined herein have the meanings ascribed to them in the Plan. A copy of the Plan can be found at www.dovercorporation.com in the Investor Information area, under SEC Filings, in the Proxy Statement filed on March 18, 2021, Appendix A.
In addition, your Cash Performance Award is subject to the following:
1. Within two and one-half months following the end of the Performance Period, your Dover Operating Company will pay you a Cash Performance Award payout if your business unit has reached certain levels of internal total shareholder return (“iTSR”), as set forth in the Cash Performance Payout Table, and the other conditions of your Cash Performance Award are satisfied. In order to receive a payment in respect of your Cash Performance Award, you must remain employed and in good standing with Dover or its Affiliate until the end of the Performance Period, except as otherwise provided in the Plan.
2. A summary of the definition of iTSR for your business unit is set forth in the Definition of iTSR included in this Award agreement.
3. The aggregate maximum cash payout for each business unit (determined after applying the individual payout limitation noted in the next sentence, if applicable) in respect of all Cash Performance Awards for a specific Performance Period shall not exceed the product of (i) 1.75%, times (ii) the sum of the business unit’s change in entity value plus free cash flow (as such terms are defined in the Definition of iTSR) for that Performance Period. In no event will the Cash Performance Award payout to any one individual exceed $10 million for the Performance Period.
4. As a condition of receiving your Cash Performance Award, you agree to be bound by the terms and conditions of Dover’s Anti-hedging and Anti-pledging Policy (which is part of Dover’s Securities Trading and Confidentiality Policy) and by Dover’s Clawback Policy, as such policies may be in effect from time to time. The Anti-hedging and Anti-pledging Policy prohibits hedging or pledging any Dover equity securities held by you or certain designees, whether such Dover securities are, or have been, acquired under the Plan, another compensation plan sponsored by Dover, or otherwise. Please review the Anti-hedging and
Anti-pledging Policy to make sure that you are in compliance. You may obtain a copy of the current version of the Anti-hedging Policy and Anti-pledging Policy, and the Clawback Policy, by contacting the Benefits Department at ###-###-####.
5. For Non-US Employees, your Cash Performance Award is subject to the terms and conditions of the Addendum for Non-US Employees.
6. Your Cash Performance Award is not transferrable by you other than by will or the laws of descent and distribution and in accordance with the applicable terms and conditions of the Plan.
7. Dover reserves the right to amend, modify, or terminate the Plan at any time in its discretion without notice.
Cash Performance Payout Table
|iTSR for Performance Period||Payout (% of target)|
The payout formula will be applied on a sliding scale based on the business unit’s iTSR for the Performance Period.
Definition of iTSR
Conceptual formula for iTSR calculation:
Explanation of iTSR formula:
Change in entity value is nine times the change in EBITDA values, comparing the full base year to the full final year of the performance period. The base year iTSR is the minimum value of an Operating Company, to which the 9X multiple is applied to calculate an EV. The base year iTSR is calculated using the highest of the following:
(ii)10% of Base-Year Sales
(iii)90% of Prior-to-Base-Year iTSR Base
Free cash flow is the cash flow generated by your business unit, including your business unit’s operating profit plus depreciation, amortization and proceeds from dispositions, less taxes and investments made for future growth (capital spending, working capital and acquisitions) and adjusted for other non-recurring items.
EBITDA is pre-tax income adjusted for non-operating and non-recurring items plus depreciation and amortization.
Mathematical Formula for 3 Year iTSR Cash Performance Plan payout:
Rules for Transfers/Promotions
The following rules will apply to you if you are transferred from one Dover business unit to another Dover business unit. These rules apply to all Cash Performance payments you may be entitled to under this and any other Cash Performance Award under the Plan you may have, as if part of your original Award.
(i) For the first Cash Performance payment date that occurs after your transfer, any Cash Performance payment that may be due will be based on the performance of your old business unit.
(ii)For the second Cash Performance payment date that occurs after your transfer, any Cash Performance payment that may be due will be based on the performance of either your old business unit or your new business unit, whichever results in the higher payment to you.
(iii)For the third Cash Performance payment date that occurs after your transfer, any Cash Performance payment that may be due will be based on the performance of your new business unit.
(iv)Any Cash Performance payment under an award made at one business unit that becomes payable after you transfer to another business unit will still be based on that Award’s original dollar amount.
For purposes of these rules your old business unit is the business unit indicated on your Award. Your new business unit is the business unit where you are employed on the payment date.