Defined benefit asset mix:
Defined contribution asset mix:
HIGHLAND PARK, Mich. - As of Sept. 30, Chrysler Corp.'s total employee benefit assets increased 18.5% from a year earlier. Defined benefit assets increased 20% during the same period; defined contribution assets increased 13%.
Employer contributions to the defined benefit plan increased 273%, and benefits paid increased 2%. Employer contributions to the defined contribution plan increased 6%.
Defined benefit investment managers:
Amerindo; Ariel; Atalanta/Sosnoff; Bank of New York; Bankers Trust; Beal Investment; Beekman Capital; Sanford C. Bernstein; BlackRock; Brinson; Brown Capital; Chancellor; CIC; Eagle Asset; EverGreen; Fisher, Francis; Foothill Partners; GE Investment; Goldman Sachs; Seth Glickenhaus; Govett Asset; Greaves Capital; John Hancock; InterMedia Partners; J.P. Morgan; JMB; Joseph Group; Loomis, Sayles; Metropolitan Realty; Mitchell Hutchins; Morgan Stanley; NBD; Palley-Needelman; Pena Investment; Prudential Real Estate; Rowe Price-Fleming; RREEF; Fayez Sarofim; Smith Barney; Solon; State Street Research; TCW; UBS; Veronis Suhler; Wells Fargo Nikko; Western Asset; Woodbridge Capital; Zevenbergen.
The master trustee, master custodian and global custodian is Bankers Trust Co.
Merrill Lynch provides asset management and administrative and record-keeping services for the defined contribution plan.
Key personnel overseeing the investment management of the defined benefit fund are G.C. Valade, executive vice president and chief financial officer; T.P. Capo, vice president and treasurer; R.P. Flynn, director, pension fund investments. Key personnel overseeing the defined contribution plans are W. Paul Barbeau, benefit programs executive, and John A. Glotzbach, manager-savings, retirement and unemployment benefit plans.