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Sensata Technologies Holding N.V.'s SEC Filings

S-1/A
SENSATA TECHNOLOGIES HOLDING PLC filed this Form S-1/A on 03/09/2010
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(3)   Represents the aggregate grant date fair value of option awards granted in the years ended December 31, 2009, 2008 and 2007, computed in accordance with applicable accounting guidelines as follows:

 

     12/9/2009     9/4/2009     3/28/2007  
     Tranche 1     Tranche 2     Tranche 1     Tranche 1     Tranche 2     Tranche 3  

Expected dividend yield

     0     0     0     0     0     0

Expected volatility

     35     35     35     25     25     25

Risk-free interest rate

     2.74     0.17     2.92     4.70     4.70     4.70

Expected term (years)

     6.6        6.6        6.5        6.6        6.6        6.6   

Exercise price

   $ 17.48      $ 17.48      $ 7.00      $ 7.30      $ 7.30      $ 7.30   

Fair value per share of underlying shares

   $ 17.48      $ 17.48      $ 14.80      $ 7.30      $ 7.30      $ 7.30   

Market condition

     —         
 
 
2 times Initial
Sponsor
Investment
  
  
  
      —         
 
 
2 times Initial
Sponsor
Investment
  
  
  
   
 
 
2.5 times Initial
Sponsor
Investment
  
  
  

Assumed time to liquidity event (years)

     —          0.56        —          —          3-5 years        3-5 years   

Probability IPO vs. disposition

     —          70% / 30     —          —          70% / 30     70% / 30

 

(4)   Reflects the actuarial increase in the pension value provided under the Employees Pension Plan and the Supplemental Pension Plan.
(5)   The table below presents an itemized account of “All Other Compensation” provided to our Named Executive Officers, regardless of the amount and any minimal thresholds provided under the SEC rules and regulations.

 

Name

   Fiscal
Year
   Financial
Counseling
($)(1)
   Insurance
Premium
Contributions
($)(2)
   Matching
Contributions
to 401(k)

Plan
($)
   Profit
Sharing
Payments
($)
   Payments
for
Unused
Vacation
Time ($)
   Housing
Allowance
   Signing
Bonus

Thomas Wroe

   2009    $ 14,065    $ 1,379    $ 9,800    $    $    $ 8,498    $
   2008      13,520      871      9,200                    
   2007      22,425      793      9,000      47,294               

Jeffrey Cote

   2009    $    $ 659    $ 9,800    $    $    $    $
   2008           657      9,200                    
   2007           635      9,000      30,002                450,000

Martha Sullivan

   2009    $ 14,065    $ 786    $ 4,900    $    $    $    $
   2008      13,520      708      4,600                    
   2007      13,000      670      4,500      31,108      7,998          

Martin Carter

   2009    $    $    $    $    $    $    $

Steve Major

   2009    $    $ 556    $    $    $    $    $
   2008      13,520      554      4,600                    
   2007      13,000      530      4,500      20,632               

Richard Dane

   2009    $ 14,065    $ 514    $ 4,762    $    $ 1,501    $    $
   2008      13,520      511      2,866                    
   2007      13,000      490      2,256      13,779      6,074          

 

  (1)   Represents payments made by us in connection with financial and legal counseling provided to each of our Named Executive Officers.
  (2)  

Represents payments made by us in respect of travel and accident insurance policies and premiums on behalf of each of our Named Executive Officers. The amounts also include payments made by us when an individual chooses to “opt-out” of our benefit plans. For 2009, opt-out payments were made in the amount of $500 to Mr. Wroe and $75 to Ms. Sullivan.

 

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