SEC Filings

10-Q
AECOM filed this Form 10-Q on 02/06/2019
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income or employment tax obligation that may be related to the Vested Units and Dividend Equivalents, including any such taxes that are required to be withheld and paid to the applicable tax authorities (the “Tax Withholding Obligation”).  The Participant will be responsible for the satisfaction of such Tax Withholding Obligation in a manner acceptable to the Company at its sole discretion.

 

By accepting the Award the Participant agrees that, unless and to the extent the Participant has otherwise satisfied the Tax Withholding Obligations in a manner permitted or required by the Administrator pursuant to the Plan, the Company is authorized to withhold from the shares of Common Stock issuable to the Participant in respect of Vested Units the whole number of shares (rounded down) having a value (as determined by the Company consistent with any applicable tax requirements) on the Taxable Date or the first trading day before the Taxable Date sufficient to satisfy the applicable Tax Withholding Obligation.  If the withheld shares are not sufficient to satisfy the Participant’s Tax Withholding Obligation, the Participant agrees to pay to the Company as soon as practicable any amount of the Tax Withholding Obligation that is not satisfied by the withholding of shares of Common Stock described above and if the withheld shares are more than sufficient to satisfy the Participant’s Tax Withholding Obligation, the Company shall make such arrangement as it determines appropriate to credit such amount for the Participant’s benefit.

 

At any time not less than five (5) business days before any Tax Withholding Obligation arises (e.g., a Settlement Date), the Participant may elect to satisfy all or any part of the Participant’s Tax Withholding Obligation by delivering to the Company an amount that the Company determines is sufficient (in light of the uncertainty of the exact amount thereof) to satisfy the Tax Withholding Obligation by (i) wire transfer to such account as the Company may direct, (ii) delivery of a personal check payable to the Company, or (iii) such other means as specified from time to time by the Administrator; in each case unless the Company has specified prior to such date that the Participant is not permitted to satisfy the Tax Withholding Obligation. The Administrator may, in its discretion,  permit or require that the Tax Withholding Obligation be satisfied by the Participant providing instruction and authorization to the Company and a brokerage firm designated by the Company to sell on the Participant’s behalf a whole number of shares of Common Stock from those shares issued to the Participant in respect of Vested Units as the Company determines to be appropriate to generate cash proceeds sufficient to satisfy the Tax Withholding Obligation.  If this “sell to cover” method of payment is permitted (and elected) or required, the applicable shares of Common Stock will be sold on the Taxable Date or as soon thereafter as practicable. The Participant will be responsible for all broker’s fees and other costs of sale, and agrees to indemnify and hold the Company harmless from any losses, costs, damages, or expenses relating to any such sale. The number of shares sold may be determined by considering any applicable withholding rates, including maximum applicable rates, and to the extent the proceeds of such sale exceed the Tax Withholding Obligation, the Company shall make such arrangement as it determines appropriate to credit such amount for the Participant’s benefit and the Participant acknowledges that the Participant has no entitlement to the equivalent in shares. The Participant agrees to pay to the Company as soon as practicable any amount of the Tax Withholding Obligation that is not satisfied by the sale.

 

The Company may refuse to issue any shares of Common Stock to the Participant or

 

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