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These excerpts taken from the NVL 10-K filed Jun 29, 2009.
Employee Benefits
 
  •  U.S. Pension Plan:
 
Effective January 1, 2006, we adopted the Novelis Pension Plan and the Novelis Supplemental Executive Retirement Plan (the Novelis SERP), which provide benefits identical to the benefits provided under the Alcancorp plans. Executives who were participants in the Alcancorp Pension Plan participate in the Novelis Pension Plan and Novelis SERP (collectively referred to as the U.S. Pension Plan). Executives who were not participants in the Alcancorp Pension Plan or who were hired on or after January 1, 2005 do not participate in the U.S. Pension Plan. Ms. Brooks and Messrs. Germain and Walpole are all participants in the U.S. Pension Plan.
 
Additional Pension Benefits:  In addition to her participation in the U.S. Pension Plan described above, Ms. Brooks will receive from us a supplemental pension equal to the excess, if any, of the pension she would have received from her employer prior to joining Alcan had she been covered by her prior employer’s pension plan until her separation or retirement from Novelis, over the sum of her pension from the U.S. Pension Plan and the pension rights actually accrued with her previous employer.
 
  •  Swiss Pension Schemes:  Since our spin-off from Alcan, we continued to participate in Alcan’s two pension schemes in Switzerland: (1) the Pensionskasse Alcan Schweiz (a defined benefit plan) and (2) the Erganzungskasse Alcan Schweiz (a defined contribution plan). The defined benefit plan is computed based on a participant’s final annual earnings (up to a limit and less a coordination amount) and service up to 45 years. The defined contribution plan only recognizes earnings in excess of the defined benefit earnings limit. Mr. de Weert was the only named executive officer eligible for the Swiss pension schemes in 2008.
 
  •  Savings Plan and Non-Qualified Defined Contribution Plan: All U.S. based executives are eligible to participate in our tax qualified savings plan. We match up to 4.5% of pay (up to the IRS compensation limit; $245,000 for calendar year 2009) for participants who contribute 6% of pay or more to the savings plan. In addition, U.S. based executives hired on or after January 1, 2005 are eligible to share in our discretionary contributions. Discretionary contributions are first made to the qualified plan (up to the IRS compensation limit) and any excess amounts are made to our non-qualified defined contribution plan. For fiscal 2009, we made a discretionary contribution equal to 5% of pay. Mr. Fisher was the only named executive officer eligible for a discretionary contribution for the period.
 
  •  Perquisites:  As noted in our Summary Compensation Table, we provide our officers with certain perquisites consistent with market practice. We do not view perquisites as a significant element of our comprehensive compensation structure.
 
  •  Health & Welfare Benefits:  Executives are entitled to participate in our employee benefit plans (including medical, dental, disability, and life insurance benefits) on the same basis as other employees.


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U.S. Pension Plan:


 



Effective January 1, 2006, we adopted the Novelis Pension
Plan and the Novelis Supplemental Executive Retirement Plan (the
Novelis SERP), which provide benefits identical to the benefits
provided under the Alcancorp plans. Executives who were
participants in the Alcancorp Pension Plan participate in the
Novelis Pension Plan and Novelis SERP (collectively referred to
as the U.S. Pension Plan). Executives who were not
participants in the Alcancorp Pension Plan or who were hired on
or after January 1, 2005 do not participate in the
U.S. Pension Plan. Ms. Brooks and Messrs. Germain
and Walpole are all participants in the U.S. Pension Plan.


 



Additional Pension Benefits:  In addition to
her participation in the U.S. Pension Plan described above,
Ms. Brooks will receive from us a supplemental pension
equal to the excess, if any, of the pension she would have
received from her employer prior to joining Alcan had she been
covered by her prior employer’s pension plan until her
separation or retirement from Novelis, over the sum of her
pension from the U.S. Pension Plan and the pension rights
actually accrued with her previous employer.


 














































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Swiss Pension Schemes:  Since our spin-off from
Alcan, we continued to participate in Alcan’s two pension
schemes in Switzerland: (1) the Pensionskasse Alcan Schweiz
(a defined benefit plan) and (2) the Erganzungskasse Alcan
Schweiz (a defined contribution plan). The defined benefit plan
is computed based on a participant’s final annual earnings
(up to a limit and less a coordination amount) and service up to
45 years. The defined contribution plan only recognizes
earnings in excess of the defined benefit earnings limit. Mr. de
Weert was the only named executive officer eligible for the
Swiss pension schemes in 2008.
 
  • 

Savings Plan and Non-Qualified Defined Contribution Plan:
All U.S. based executives are eligible to participate in
our tax qualified savings plan. We match up to 4.5% of pay (up
to the IRS compensation limit; $245,000 for calendar year
2009) for participants who contribute 6% of pay or more to
the savings plan. In addition, U.S. based executives hired
on or after January 1, 2005 are eligible to share in our
discretionary contributions. Discretionary contributions are
first made to the qualified plan (up to the IRS compensation
limit) and any excess amounts are made to our non-qualified
defined contribution plan. For fiscal 2009, we made a
discretionary contribution equal to 5% of pay. Mr. Fisher
was the only named executive officer eligible for a
discretionary contribution for the period.
 
  • 

Perquisites:  As noted in our Summary
Compensation Table, we provide our officers with certain
perquisites consistent with market practice. We do not view
perquisites as a significant element of our comprehensive
compensation structure.
 
  • 

Health & Welfare
Benefits:
  Executives are entitled to participate
in our employee benefit plans (including medical, dental,
disability, and life insurance benefits) on the same basis as
other employees.





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These excerpts taken from the NVL 10-K filed Aug 12, 2008.
Employee Benefits
 
  •  U.S. Pension Plan:  Effective January 1, 2006, we adopted the Novelis Pension Plan and the Novelis Supplemental Executive Retirement Plan (the Novelis SERP), which provide benefits identical to the benefits provided under the Alcancorp plans. Executives who were participants in the Alcancorp Pension Plan will participate in the Novelis Pension Plan and Novelis SERP (collectively referred to as the U.S. Pension Plan). Executives who were not participants in the Alcancorp Pension Plan or who were hired on or after January 1, 2005 will not participate in the U.S. Pension Plan.
 
Messrs. Greenawalt, Walpole and Godsell and Ms. Brooks are all participants in the U.S. Pension Plan.
 
  •  Swiss Pension Schemes:  Since our spin-off from Alcan, we continued to participate in Alcan’s two pension schemes in Switzerland: (1) the Pensionskasse Alcan Schweiz (a defined benefit plan) and (2) the Erganzungskasse Alcan Schweiz (a defined contribution plan). The defined benefit plan is computed based on a participant’s final annual earnings (up to a limit and less a coordination amount) and service up to 45 years. The defined contribution plan only recognizes earnings in excess of the defined benefit earnings limit. Mr. de Weert was the only named executive officer eligible for the Swiss pension schemes in 2008.
 
  •  Brazil Defined Contribution Pension Plan:  Novelis sponsors a defined contribution pension plan for all employees in Brazil with a fixed employer contribution and voluntary employee contributions. Employees can contribute up to 12% of base pay. The company contributes 0.7% of pay up to 1 plan unit ($1,379 in 2008) and 10% (14% for employees active on June 30, 2003) of pay in excess of 1 plan unit. The sole investment option is a fixed income fund. Mr. Nardocci is a participant in the Brazil Pension Plan.
 
  •  Additional Pension Benefits:  In addition to her participation in the U.S. Pension Plan described above, Ms. Brooks will receive from us a supplemental pension equal to the excess, if any, of the pension she would have received from her employer prior to joining Alcan had she been covered by her prior employer’s pension plan until her separation or retirement from Novelis, over the sum of her pension from the U.S. Pension Plan and the pension rights actually accrued with her previous employer.
 
  •  Savings Plan and Non-Qualified Defined Contribution Plan:  All U.S. based executives are eligible to participate in our tax qualified savings plan. We match up to 4.5% of pay (up to the IRS compensation limit; $230,000 for calendar year 2008) for participants who contribute 6% of pay or more to the savings plan. In addition, U.S. based executives hired on or after January 1, 2005 are eligible to share in our discretionary contributions. Discretionary contributions are first made to the qualified plan (up to the IRS compensation limit) and any excess amounts are made to our non-qualified defined contribution plan. For fiscal 2008, we made a discretionary contribution equal to 5% of pay. Messrs. Dobson and Fisher were the only named executive officers eligible for a discretionary contribution for the period. Mr. Dobson and Mr. Godsell received contributions in the non-qualified plan in accordance with the terms in their termination agreements.
 
  •  Health & Welfare Benefits:  Executives are entitled to participate in our employee benefit plans (including medical, dental, and life insurance benefits) on the same basis as other employees.
 
  •  Perquisites:  As noted in our Summary Compensation Table, we provide our officers with certain perquisites consistent with market practice. We do not view perquisites as a significant element of our comprehensive compensation structure.
 
Employee
Benefits



 
















  • 

U.S. Pension Plan:  Effective
January 1, 2006, we adopted the Novelis Pension Plan and
the Novelis Supplemental Executive Retirement Plan (the Novelis
SERP), which provide benefits identical to the benefits provided
under the Alcancorp plans. Executives who were participants in
the Alcancorp Pension Plan will participate in the Novelis
Pension Plan and Novelis SERP (collectively referred to as the
U.S. Pension Plan). Executives who were not participants in
the Alcancorp Pension Plan or who were hired on or after
January 1, 2005 will not participate in the
U.S. Pension Plan.


 



Messrs. Greenawalt, Walpole and Godsell and Ms. Brooks
are all participants in the U.S. Pension Plan.


 


































































  • 

Swiss Pension Schemes:  Since our spin-off from
Alcan, we continued to participate in Alcan’s two pension
schemes in Switzerland: (1) the Pensionskasse Alcan Schweiz
(a defined benefit plan) and (2) the Erganzungskasse Alcan
Schweiz (a defined contribution plan). The defined benefit plan
is computed based on a participant’s final annual earnings
(up to a limit and less a coordination amount) and service up to
45 years. The defined contribution plan only recognizes
earnings in excess of the defined benefit earnings limit. Mr. de
Weert was the only named executive officer eligible for the
Swiss pension schemes in 2008.
 
  • 

Brazil Defined Contribution Pension
Plan:
  Novelis sponsors a defined contribution
pension plan for all employees in Brazil with a fixed employer
contribution and voluntary employee contributions. Employees can
contribute up to 12% of base pay. The company contributes 0.7%
of pay up to 1 plan unit ($1,379 in 2008) and 10% (14% for
employees active on June 30, 2003) of pay in excess of
1 plan unit. The sole investment option is a fixed income fund.
Mr. Nardocci is a participant in the Brazil Pension Plan.
 
  • 

Additional Pension Benefits:  In addition to
her participation in the U.S. Pension Plan described above,
Ms. Brooks will receive from us a supplemental pension
equal to the excess, if any, of the pension she would have
received from her employer prior to joining Alcan had she been
covered by her prior employer’s pension plan until her
separation or retirement from Novelis, over the sum of her
pension from the U.S. Pension Plan and the pension rights
actually accrued with her previous employer.
 
  • 

Savings Plan and Non-Qualified Defined Contribution
Plan:
  All U.S. based executives are eligible
to participate in our tax qualified savings plan. We match up to
4.5% of pay (up to the IRS compensation limit; $230,000 for
calendar year 2008) for participants who contribute 6% of
pay or more to the savings plan. In addition, U.S. based
executives hired on or after January 1, 2005 are eligible
to share in our discretionary contributions. Discretionary
contributions are first made to the qualified plan (up to the
IRS compensation limit) and any excess amounts are made to our
non-qualified defined contribution plan. For fiscal 2008, we
made a discretionary contribution equal to 5% of pay.
Messrs. Dobson and Fisher were the only named executive
officers eligible for a discretionary contribution for the
period. Mr. Dobson and Mr. Godsell received
contributions in the non-qualified plan in accordance with the
terms in their termination agreements.
 
  • 

Health & Welfare
Benefits:
  Executives are entitled to participate
in our employee benefit plans (including medical, dental, and
life insurance benefits) on the same basis as other employees.
 
  • 

Perquisites:  As noted in our Summary
Compensation Table, we provide our officers with certain
perquisites consistent with market practice. We do not view
perquisites as a significant element of our comprehensive
compensation structure.


 




These excerpts taken from the NVL 10-K filed Jun 19, 2008.
Employee Benefits
 
  •  U.S. Pension Plan:
 
Effective January 1, 2006, we adopted the Novelis Pension Plan and the Novelis Supplemental Executive Retirement Plan (the Novelis SERP), which provide benefits identical to the benefits provided under the Alcancorp plans. Executives who were participants in the Alcancorp Pension Plan will participate in the Novelis Pension Plan and Novelis SERP (collectively referred to as the U.S. Pension Plan). Executives who were not participants in the Alcancorp Pension Plan or who were hired on or after January 1, 2005 will not participate in the U.S. Pension Plan.
 
Messrs. Greenawalt, Walpole and Godsell and Ms. Brooks are all participants in the U.S. Pension Plan.
 
  •  Swiss Pension Schemes:  Since our spin-off from Alcan, we continued to participate in Alcan’s two pension schemes in Switzerland: (1) the Pensionskasse Alcan Schweiz (a defined benefit plan) and (2) the Erganzungskasse Alcan Schweiz (a defined contribution plan). The defined benefit plan is computed based on a participant’s final annual earnings (up to a limit and less a coordination amount) and service up to 45 years. The defined contribution plan only recognizes earnings in excess of the defined benefit earnings limit. Mr. de Weert was the only named executive officer eligible for the Swiss pension schemes in 2008.
 
  •  Brazil Defined Contribution Pension Plan:  Novelis sponsors a defined contribution pension plan for all employees in Brazil with a fixed employer contribution and voluntary employee contributions. Employees can contribute up to 12% of base pay. The company contributes 0.7% of pay up to 1 plan unit ($1,379 in 2008) and 10% (14% for employees active on June 30, 2003) of pay in excess of 1 plan unit. The sole investment option is a fixed income fund. Mr. Nardocci is a participant in the Brazil Pension Plan.
 
  •  Additional Pension Benefits:  In addition to her participation in the U.S. Pension Plan described above, Ms. Brooks will receive from us a supplemental pension equal to the excess, if any, of the pension she would have received from her employer prior to joining Alcan had she been covered by her prior employer’s pension plan until her separation or retirement from Novelis, over the sum of her pension from the U.S. Pension Plan and the pension rights actually accrued with her previous employer.
 
  •  Savings Plan and Non-Qualified Defined Contribution Plan:  All U.S. based executives are eligible to participate in our tax qualified savings plan. We match up to 4.5% of pay (up to the IRS compensation limit; $230,000 for calendar year 2008) for participants who contribute 6% of pay or more to the savings plan. In addition, U.S. based executives hired on or after January 1, 2005 are eligible to share in our discretionary contributions. Discretionary contributions are first made to the qualified plan (up to the IRS compensation limit) and any excess amounts are made to our non-qualified defined contribution plan. For fiscal 2008, we made a discretionary contribution equal to 5% of pay. Messrs. Dobson and Fisher were the only named executive officers eligible for a discretionary contribution for the period. Mr. Dobson and Mr. Godsell received contributions in the non-qualified plan in accordance with the terms in their termination agreements.
 
  •  Health & Welfare Benefits:  Executives are entitled to participate in our employee benefit plans (including medical, dental, and life insurance benefits) on the same basis as other employees.
 
  •  Perquisites:  As noted in our Summary Compensation Table, we provide our officers with certain perquisites consistent with market practice. We do not view perquisites as a significant element of our comprehensive compensation structure.
 
Employee
Benefits



 
















  • 

U.S. Pension Plan:


 



Effective January 1, 2006, we adopted the Novelis Pension
Plan and the Novelis Supplemental Executive Retirement Plan (the
Novelis SERP), which provide benefits identical to the benefits
provided under the Alcancorp plans. Executives who were
participants in the Alcancorp Pension Plan will participate in
the Novelis Pension Plan and Novelis SERP (collectively referred
to as the U.S. Pension Plan). Executives who were not
participants in the Alcancorp Pension Plan or who were hired on
or after January 1, 2005 will not participate in the
U.S. Pension Plan.


 



Messrs. Greenawalt, Walpole and Godsell and Ms. Brooks
are all participants in the U.S. Pension Plan.


 


































































  • 

Swiss Pension Schemes:  Since our spin-off from
Alcan, we continued to participate in Alcan’s two pension
schemes in Switzerland: (1) the Pensionskasse Alcan Schweiz
(a defined benefit plan) and (2) the Erganzungskasse Alcan
Schweiz (a defined contribution plan). The defined benefit plan
is computed based on a participant’s final annual earnings
(up to a limit and less a coordination amount) and service up to
45 years. The defined contribution plan only recognizes
earnings in excess of the defined benefit earnings limit. Mr. de
Weert was the only named executive officer eligible for the
Swiss pension schemes in 2008.
 
  • 

Brazil Defined Contribution Pension
Plan:
  Novelis sponsors a defined contribution
pension plan for all employees in Brazil with a fixed employer
contribution and voluntary employee contributions. Employees can
contribute up to 12% of base pay. The company contributes 0.7%
of pay up to 1 plan unit ($1,379 in 2008) and 10% (14% for
employees active on June 30, 2003) of pay in excess of
1 plan unit. The sole investment option is a fixed income fund.
Mr. Nardocci is a participant in the Brazil Pension Plan.
 
  • 

Additional Pension Benefits:  In addition to
her participation in the U.S. Pension Plan described above,
Ms. Brooks will receive from us a supplemental pension
equal to the excess, if any, of the pension she would have
received from her employer prior to joining Alcan had she been
covered by her prior employer’s pension plan until her
separation or retirement from Novelis, over the sum of her
pension from the U.S. Pension Plan and the pension rights
actually accrued with her previous employer.
 
  • 

Savings Plan and Non-Qualified Defined Contribution
Plan:
  All U.S. based executives are eligible
to participate in our tax qualified savings plan. We match up to
4.5% of pay (up to the IRS compensation limit; $230,000 for
calendar year 2008) for participants who contribute 6% of
pay or more to the savings plan. In addition, U.S. based
executives hired on or after January 1, 2005 are eligible
to share in our discretionary contributions. Discretionary
contributions are first made to the qualified plan (up to the
IRS compensation limit) and any excess amounts are made to our
non-qualified defined contribution plan. For fiscal 2008, we
made a discretionary contribution equal to 5% of pay.
Messrs. Dobson and Fisher were the only named executive
officers eligible for a discretionary contribution for the
period. Mr. Dobson and Mr. Godsell received
contributions in the non-qualified plan in accordance with the
terms in their termination agreements.
 
  • 

Health & Welfare
Benefits:
  Executives are entitled to participate
in our employee benefit plans (including medical, dental, and
life insurance benefits) on the same basis as other employees.
 
  • 

Perquisites:  As noted in our Summary
Compensation Table, we provide our officers with certain
perquisites consistent with market practice. We do not view
perquisites as a significant element of our comprehensive
compensation structure.


 




This excerpt taken from the NVL 10-K filed Apr 30, 2007.
Employee Benefits
 
  •  U.S. Pension Plan:  During 2005, those of our employees previously participating in the Alcancorp Pension Plan and the Alcan Supplemental Executive Retirement Plan received up to one year of additional service under each plan to the extent that such employees continued to be employed by us during 2005. We paid to Alcan the normal cost (in the case of the Alcancorp Pension Plan) and the current service cost (in the case of the Alcan Supplemental Executive Retirement Plan) with respect to those employees. The Alcan plans provide for pensions calculated based upon combined service with us or Alcan of up to 35 years. Eligible earnings consist of the average annual salary and the short-term incentive award up to its target during the three consecutive calendar years when they were the greatest, subject to a cap for those participating in the Pension Plan for Officers described below.
 
Effective January 1, 2006, we adopted the Novelis Pension Plan and the Novelis Supplemental Executive Retirement Plan (the Novelis SERP), which provide benefits identical to the benefits provided under the Alcancorp plans. Executives who were participants in the Alcancorp Pension Plan will participate in the Novelis Pension Plan and Novelis SERP (collectively referred to as the


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U.S. Pension Plan). Executives who were not participants in the Alcancorp Pension Plan or who were hired on or after January 1, 2005 will not participate in the U.S. Pension Plan.
 
Messrs. Sturgell, Morrison, Greenawalt and Arseneault and Ms. Brooks are all participants in the U.S. Pension Plan.
 
  •  U.K. Pension Plan:  The U.K. Pension Plan, which was transferred to us from Alcan in connection with the spin-off, provides for pensions calculated on service of up to 40 years and eligible earnings, which consist of the average annual salary and the short-term incentive award up to its target during the last 12 months before retirement, subject to a cap for those participating in the Pension Plan for Officers (described below). Prior to his termination in 2006, Mr. Bark-Jones was the only executive entitled to participate in the U.K. Pension Plan during 2006.
 
  •  Swiss Pension Schemes:  Since our spin-off from Alcan, we continued to participate in Alcan’s two pension schemes in Switzerland: (1) the Pensionskasse Alcan Schweiz (a defined benefit plan) and (2) the Erganzungskasse Alcan Schweiz (a defined contribution plan). The defined benefit plan is computed based on a participant’s final annual earnings (up to a limit and less a coordination amount) and service up to 45 years. The defined contribution plan only recognizes earnings in excess of the defined benefit earnings limit. Mr. de Weert was the only named executive officer eligible for the Swiss pension schemes in 2006.
 
  •  Novelis Pension Plan for Officers:  The Pension Plan for Officers (PPO) is a separate non-qualified supplemental executive retirement plan that provides an additional pension benefit based on combined service of up to 20 years as an officer of Novelis or Alcan and eligible earnings, which consist of the excess of the average annual salary and target short-term incentive award during the 60 consecutive months when they were the greatest over eligible earnings in the U.S. Pension Plan or the U.K. Pension Plan, as applicable. The Committee determines participants in the PPO. Both the U.S. Pension Plan and U.K. Pension Plan provide for a maximum pension benefit on eligible earnings that is established with reference to the position of the officer prior to being designated a PPO participant. Prior to their termination of employment during 2006, Messrs. Sturgell and Bark-Jones were the only participants in the PPO. Both individuals received a lump sum payment of their entire benefits under the PPO following their termination of employment. We do not expect that any new participants will be added to the PPO.
 
  •  Additional Pension Benefits:  In addition to her participation in the U.S. Pension Plan described above, Ms. Brooks will receive from us a supplemental pension equal to the excess, if any, of the pension she would have received from her employer prior to joining Alcan had she been covered by her prior employer’s pension plan until her separation or retirement from Novelis, over the sum of her pension from the U.S. Pension Plan and the pension rights actually accrued with her previous employer.
 
Mr. Batt is entitled to a lifetime non-qualified pension of $2,325 per month beginning March 1, 2007, with 50% of that amount continuing to his surviving spouse, if applicable.
 
  •  Savings Plan and Non-Qualified Defined Contribution Plan:  All U.S. based executives are eligible to participate in our tax qualified savings plan. We match up to 4.5% of pay (up to the IRS compensation limit; $220,000 for 2006) for participants who contribute 6% of pay or more to the savings plan. In addition, U.S. based executives hired on or after January 1, 2005 are eligible to share in our discretionary contributions. Discretionary contributions are first made to the qualified plan (up to the IRS compensation limit) and any excess amounts are made to our non-qualified defined contribution plan. For 2006, we made a discretionary contribution equal to 5% of pay. Mr. Dobson was the only named executive officer eligible for a discretionary contribution for 2006.
 
  •  Health & Welfare Benefits:  Executives are entitled to participate in our employee benefit plans (including medical, dental, and life insurance benefits) on the same basis as other employees.
 
  •  Perquisites:  As noted in our Summary Compensation Table, we provide our officers with certain perquisites consistent with market practice. We do not view perquisites as a significant element of our comprehensive compensation structure.


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