Access to Financial Information Sample Clauses

Access to Financial Information. The Parties agree that Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and SEC rules require Buyer to evaluate if Buyer must consolidate Seller’s financial information. Buyer will require access to financial records and personnel to determine if consolidated financial reporting is required. If Buyer determines that consolidation is required, Buyer shall require the following during every calendar quarter for the Term:
Access to Financial Information. Plastec will, and will cause its auditors to, (a) continue to provide GSME and its advisors full access to all of Plastec’s financial information used in the preparation of its Financial Statements and the financial information furnished pursuant to Section 6.11 and (b) use commercially reasonable efforts to cooperate with any reviews performed by GSME or its advisors of any such financial statements or information.
Access to Financial Information. Seller shall provide to Buyer within fifteen (15) days of receipt of Buyer’s written request applicable financial information and statements of Seller and its Affiliates as well as access to financial personnel, as reasonably necessary for Buyer to address any inquiries from a Governmental Entity relating to Seller’s financial resources.
Access to Financial Information. Seller shall provide to Buyer, within fifteen (15) days after receipt of Buyer’s written request, applicable financial information and statements of Hydro-Québec, as reasonably necessary for Buyer to address any reasonable inquiries relating to Seller’s financial resources.
Access to Financial Information. During the period from the date of this Agreement and continuing until the earlier of the termination of this Agreement pursuant to its terms or the Closing, the Company will, and will use commercially reasonable efforts to cause its auditors (subject to any required access agreement or arrangement) to (a) continue to provide Parent and its advisors reasonable access to all of the financial information used in the preparation of Company Financial Statements and the financial information furnished pursuant to Section 4.4 hereof and (b) reasonably cooperate with any reviews performed by Parent or its advisors of any such Company Financial Statements or such information.
Access to Financial Information. Licensor acknowledges that existing League Rules on financial reporting under the League’s collective bargaining agreements and revenue sharing plans requires the Team, annually and from time to time, to provide the League and auditors for the League and its playersassociation detailed financial information, including information that is in the possession of Licensor. Licensor agrees to provide the information requested by the League and/or the auditors for these purposes and to use commercially reasonable efforts to provide the staff and other support necessary to comply with these requests and the related process. [signatures on next page]
Access to Financial Information. The Parties agree that Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and SEC rules require Buyer to evaluate if Buyer must consolidate Seller’s financial information. Buyer will require access to financial records and personnel to determine if consolidated financial reporting is required. If Buyer determines that consolidation is required, Buyer shall require the following during every calendar quarter for the Term: Complete financial statements and notes to financial statements; and Financial schedules underlying the financial statements, all within fifteen (15) days after the end of each fiscal quarter. Any information provided to Buyer pursuant to this Section 10.11 shall be considered confidential in accordance with the terms of this Agreement and shall only be disclosed on an aggregate basis with other similar entities for which Buyer has power purchase agreements. The information will only be used for financial statement purposes and shall not be otherwise shared with internal or external parties.
Access to Financial Information. The Parties agree that Generally Accepted Accounting Principles and Security and Exchange Commission rules require PG&E to evaluate if PG&E must consolidate Seller’s financial information. PG&E will require access to financial records and personnel to determine if consolidated financial reporting is required. If PG&E determines that consolidation is required, PG&E shall require the following during every calendar quarter for the term of the Transaction: