This excerpt taken from the MOLX DEF 14A filed Sep 10, 2009.
Recoupment and Forfeiture Policies
Under the Companys Annual Incentive Plan, the Board may require reimbursement of bonuses paid to a named executive officer where (i) the payment was predicated in whole or in part upon the achievement of certain financial results that were subsequently the subject of a material restatement; (ii) in the Boards view the named executive officer engaged in fraud or misconduct that caused the need for the restatement; and (iii) a lower bonus would have been made to the named executive officer based upon the restated financial results. The Board may also seek reimbursement of bonuses paid to any named executive officer in other circumstances involving fraud or misconduct if such fraud or misconduct caused substantial harm to Molex even in the absence of a restatement of Molexs financial statements.
Under the Companys equity plans, awards will be forfeited if (i) the participant engages in competitive activities during employment or within one year after termination of employment; (ii) the participant solicits employees to work for another organization during employment or within two years after termination of employment; or (iii) the participants employment is terminated for cause, as defined for purposes of the equity plans. Participants must also reimburse the Company for amounts paid in settlement of awards earned or accrued within 24 months of a restatement of Molexs financial statements in certain circumstances.