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MEDTRONIC PLC filed this Form DEFR14A on 10/11/2017
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Long-Term Performance Plan Payments:










Omar Ishrak   100.00 % $ 3,500,000 $ 3,500,000
Karen Parkhill(1)        
Michael J. Coyle   100.00 % $ 891,000 $ 891,000
Bryan C. Hanson(1)        
Rob ten Hoedt   100.00 % $ 325,000 $ 325,000
Gary L. Ellis(2)   100.00 % $ 1,116,000 $ 995,026

(1) Ms. Parkhill and Mr. Hanson were not eligible for the FY15-FY17 plan.
(2) Amounts in this row represent a pro-rated value due to retirement.


Other Benefits and Perquisites


Medtronic provides broad-based benefit plans to all of its employees, including the same programs for NEOs. All employees participate in the same health care plans, and we do not provide NEOs with any different or additional benefit plans, except for a business allowance of $24,000 for U.S.-based NEOs and $40,000 for the CEO. Our business allowance policy is described in detail below.


United States Tax-Qualified Retirement Plans


Medtronic sponsors a number of United States tax-qualified retirement plans for its employees, including the NEOs. The Company maintains the Medtronic Retirement Plan (“MRP”), which consists of two types of benefits – the Final Average Pay Pension (“FAPP”) benefit and the Personal Pension Account (“PPA”) benefit. Employees hired before May 1, 2005 could elect to receive the FAPP and either the PPA or the Personal Investment Account (“PIA”) feature in the Medtronic Savings and Investment Plan – our 401(k) plan. Employees hired or rehired on or after May 1, 2005 but prior to January 1, 2016 are not eligible for the FAPP benefit as that particular benefit has been closed to new entrants, but may elect either the PPA benefit under the MRP or the PIA feature under the 401(k) plan. Employees hired or rehired on or after January 1, 2016 are eligible for the Medtronic Core Contribution (“MCC”) feature in the 401(k) plan. Additional details regarding the MRP and 401(k) plan are provided on page 57 of this proxy statement.


Supplemental Retirement Plans


The Company offers a Nonqualified Retirement Plan Supplement (“NRPS”) designed to provide all eligible employees, including the NEOs, with benefits that supplement those provided under certain of our tax-qualified plans. The NRPS is designed to restore benefits lost under the PPA, PIA, FAPP or MCC due to covered compensation limits prescribed by the Internal Revenue Code. The NRPS also restores benefits for otherwise eligible compensation deferred into the Medtronic Capital Accumulation Plan Deferral Program (the “Capital Accumulation Plan”). The NRPS provides employees with no greater benefit than they would have received under the qualified plan in which they participate were it not for the covered compensation limits and deferrals into the Capital Accumulation Plan.


Nonqualified Deferred Compensation Plan


The Company provides all employees at the vice president level or above, including our NEOs, and highly-compensated employees with a market-competitive nonqualified deferred compensation plan through the Capital Accumulation Plan. Our plan allows these employees to make voluntary deferrals from their base pay and incentive payments, which are then credited with gains or losses based on the performance of selected investment alternatives. These alternatives are the same as those offered in our tax-qualified 401(k) Plan for all employees. There are no Company contributions to the plan or Company subsidized returns or Company guaranteed returns.


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