Raytheon Co., Waltham, Mass., plans to contribute $1.14 billion to its defined benefit pension plans and $30 million to its post-retirement benefit plans in 2010, according to an SEC filing.
The pension plans were valued at a combined $12.3 billion, as of Dec. 31, according to the SEC filing.
Separately, J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., New York, said in an SEC filing that it plans to contribute $171 million to its non-U.S. defined benefit pension plans in 2010, $148 million of which is contractually required. The company said in the filing that contributions to the U.S. defined benefit plans is “not reasonably estimable at this time.” The company's non-U.S. pension plans and U.S. pension plans were valued at $2.4 billion and $10.2 billion, respectively, as of Dec. 31.
J.P. Morgan Chase spokeswoman Jackie Meere could not be reached for comment.
In a separate SEC filing, DTE Energy Co., Detroit, contributed $100 million to its pension plans in January. The company plans to contribute a total of $200 million to its pension plans in 2010, according to the filing. DTE's pension plans had a combined $2.5 billion in assets as of Sept. 30, according to Pensions & Investments data.