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Intermagnetics General Corporation (IMGC)

9/26/2005 Proxy Information

In fiscal year 2000, we adopted Stock Ownership Guidelines for our executive officers and certain top-level management employees. Executive officers and certain key employees that report directly to the Chief Executive Officer are expected to own between one and two times their base salary in Common Stock. Top-level management employees are expected to own not less than two-thirds of their base salary in Common Stock.

In order to assist and encourage individuals to reach the ownership guidelines as soon as possible, we created the 1999 Executive Stock Purchase Plan. Under this plan, which was approved by our stockholders in November 2000, the Company may provide loans directly to participants, or may arrange for a participant to obtain a loan from a bank, for the purpose of purchasing Common Stock on the open market. Interest on the loan is charged annually at the Company's base rate of borrowing under its line of credit, or at the rate charged by the bank if the loan is secured through a bank. The term of the loan is five (5) years after which it must be repaid in full. Employees are expected to retain two-thirds of the stock purchased with loan proceeds for the entire term of the loan and are expected to retain ownership levels within the Stock Ownership Guidelines during the term of the 1999 Executive Stock Purchase Plan. As a result of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act adopted in July 2002, new loans will no longer be issued to executive officers under this plan.

Prior to the July 2002 effective date of Sarbanes-Oxley, Messrs. Epstein, Burke and Pellegrino secured loans totaling $500,000, $430,000, and $400,000, respectively, to purchase Common Stock. All other participant loans currently outstanding total $1,212,000.

During fiscal year 2005 Messrs. Epstein and Blecher paid $300,000 and $220,000, respectively to the company in repayment of loans secured in 2000 under the Executive Stock Purchase Plan. To date, there have been no defaults under the plan.

9/27/2004 Proxy Information

SuperPower, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Company, retained Albertine Enterprises, Inc. to perform certain government relations activities for which fees and expenses were paid in the amount of $100,557 in fiscal year 2002. John M. Albertine is a Director of the Company and serves as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Albertine Enterprises.

In fiscal year 2000, we adopted Stock Ownership Guidelines for our executive officers and certain top-level management employees. Executive officers and certain key employees that report directly to the Chief Executive Officer are expected to own between one and two times their base salary in Common Stock. Top-level management employees are expected to own not less than two-thirds of their base salary in Common Stock.

In order to assist and encourage individuals to reach the ownership guidelines as soon as possible, we created the 1999 Executive Stock Purchase Plan. Under this plan, which was approved by our shareholders in November 2000, the Company may provide loans directly to participants, or may arrange for a participant to obtain a loan from a bank, for the purpose of purchasing Common Stock on the open market. Interest on the loan is charged annually at the Company's base rate of borrowing under its line of credit, or at the rate charged by the bank if the loan is secured through a bank. The term of the loan is five (5) years after which it must be repaid in full. Employees are expected to retain two-thirds of the stock purchased with loan proceeds for the entire term of the loan and are expected to retain ownership levels within the Stock Ownership Guidelines during the term of the 1999 Executive Stock Purchase Plan. As a result of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act adopted in July 2002, new loans will no longer be issued to executive officers under this plan.

Messrs. Epstein, Burke, Blecher and Pellegrino have secured loans totaling $800,000, $430,000, $220,000 and $400,000, respectively, to purchase Common Stock. All other participant loans currently outstanding total $1,750,720.

9/22/2003 Proxy Information

In fiscal year 2000, we adopted Stock Ownership Guidelines for our executive officers and certain top-level management employees. Executive officers and certain key employees that report directly to the Chief Executive Officer are expected to own between one and two times their base salary in Common Stock. Top-level management employees are expected to own not less than two-thirds of their base salary in Common Stock.

In order to assist and encourage individuals to reach the ownership guidelines as soon as possible, we created the 1999 Executive Stock Purchase Plan. Under this plan, which was approved by our shareholders in November 2000, the Company may provide loans directly to participants, or may arrange for a participant to obtain a loan from a bank, for the purpose of purchasing Common Stock on the open market. Interest on the loan is charged annually at the Company's base rate of borrowing under its line of credit, or at the rate charged by the bank if the loan is secured through a bank. The term of the loan is five (5) years after which it must be repaid in full. Employees are expected to retain two-thirds of the stock purchased with loan proceeds for the entire term of the loan and are expected to retain ownership levels within the Stock Ownership Guidelines during the term of the 1999 Executive Stock Purchase Plan. As a result of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act adopted in July 2002, new loans will no longer be issued to executive officers under this plan.

Messrs. Epstein, Burke, Blecher, Pellegrino and Thielman have secured loans totaling $800,000, $430,000, $220,000, $400,000 and $350,000, respectively, to purchase Common Stock. All other participant loans currently outstanding total $1,390,720.

SuperPower, Inc., a wholly-owned subsidiary of the Company, retained Albertine Enterprises, Inc. to perform certain government relations activities for which fees and expenses were paid in the amount of $100,557 in fiscal year 2002. John M. Albertine is a Director of the Company and serves as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Albertine Enterprises.