Advisory Sample Clauses

Advisory. Subject to the general supervision of the Trustees and in conformity with the stated policy of the Trustees with respect to the investments of the Trust or of the assets belonging to any Series of Shares of the Trust (as that phrase is defined in subsection (a) of Section 4.2), to manage such investments and assets, make investment decisions with respect thereto, and to place purchase and sale orders for portfolio transactions relating to such investments and assets;
Advisory. An investment advisory or management agreement whereby the agent shall undertake to furnish the Trust (or any Series thereof) such management, investment advisory or supervisory, statistical and research facilities and services, and such other facilities and services, if any, as the Trustees shall from time to time consider desirable, all upon such terms and conditions as the Trustees may in their discretion determine to be not inconsistent with this Declaration, the applicable provisions of the 1940 Act or any applicable provisions of the By-Laws (any such agent being herein referred to as an "Investment Adviser"). To the extent required by the 1940 Act, any such advisory or management agreement and any amendment thereto shall be subject to approval by a Majority Shareholder Vote at a meeting of the Shareholders of the Trust (or applicable Series). Notwithstanding any provisions of this Declaration, the Trustees may authorize the Investment Adviser (subject to such general or specific instructions as the Trustees may from time to time adopt) to effect purchases, sales, loans or exchanges of securities of the Trust on behalf of the Trustees or may authorize any officer or employee of the Trust or any Trustee to effect such purchases, sales, loans or exchanges pursuant to recommendations of the Investment Adviser (and all without further action by the Trustees). Any such purchases, sales, loans and exchanges shall be deemed to have been authorized by all of the Trustees. The Trustees may, in their sole discretion, call a meeting of Shareholders in order to submit to a vote of Shareholders of the Trust (or applicable Series) at such meeting the approval of continuance of any such investment advisory or management agreement.
Advisory. 51 The staff of any school implementing a bell schedule that includes advisory (including homeroom, JAG time, 52 etc.) shall on an annual basis, discuss the effectiveness, viability, and parameters of using instructional time 1 in this manner. The discussion shall include the designated amount of time, placement of time in the schedule, 2 content addressed, and compensation for workload impact. The schedule shall be determined by an effective 3 building staff decision making model, aligned with the principles of the site-based decision model contained 4 in this agreement. 5
Advisory. The Corporation makes no representation or undertaking regarding the tax impact of participation in the Plan and is under no obligation to structure the plan or any benefit KCP-4253800-2 provided under it to reduce or eliminate an Insured Participant’s tax liability. Further, while the Plan has been structured to avoid the requirements of Section 409A of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended (the “Code”), the Corporation makes no representation that the Plan will, in fact, be exempt from or comply with Code Section 409A and undertakes no obligation to prevent Code Section 409A from applying to the Plan or payments or benefits made under it or to mitigate the effects of such provision on any payments or benefits provided under the Plan. Insured Participants are encouraged to consult a tax adviser regarding the potential tax impact of participation in the Plan.
Advisory. The Manager will determine the securities and other instruments to be purchased, sold or entered into by each Fund and place orders with broker-dealers, foreign currency dealers, futures commission merchants or others pursuant to the Manager’s determinations and all in accordance with each Fund’s policies as set out in the Prospectus of the Fund or as adopted by the Board of Directors and disclosed to the Manager. The Manager will determine what portion of each Fund's portfolio will be invested in securities and other assets and what portion, if any, should be held uninvested in cash or cash equivalents. Each Fund will have the benefit of the investment analysis and research, the review of current economic conditions and trends and the consideration of long-range investment policy generally available to the Manager’s investment advisory clients.
Advisory. Subject to the general supervision of the Trustees and in conformity with the stated policy of the Trustees with respect to the investments of the Trust or of the assets belonging to any Series of Shares, to manage such investments and assets, make investment decisions with respect thereto, furnish statistical and research facilities and services, and to place purchase and sale orders for portfolio transactions relating to such investments and assets. The Trustees may authorize the investment adviser to employ one or more subadvisers, from time to time, to perform such of the acts and services of the investment adviser, and upon such terms and conditions, as may be agreed upon between the investment adviser and subadviser;
Advisory. Any decisions rendered by the designee appointed to conduct the hearing shall be advisory to the Board. Within fifteen (15) days of receiving the designee’s advisory findings, a written decision of the Board of Trustees shall be sent to the employee, including the findings of fact and determination of issues.
Advisory. Advisors will receive a stipend of $700.00 annually for two meetings per week for the school year at the high schools. Principals will seek volunteers first for advisor. If not enough staff volunteer, staff will be assigned.
Advisory. 31 To meet the state requirements for graduation, schools have implemented systems to work with 32 students to meet the changing demands. Before the start of school each year the expectations of 33 staff to implement the program will be reviewed with staff and a calendar will specify activities 34 will occur. Materials will be provided to deliver the program at least 48 hours in advance except 35 in rare cases. 37 The ultimate responsibility to review that students have attained or are on track for graduation 38 will be with the school counselors. Classroom teachers will help facilitate and support the 39 scheduling process by making students available during designated times to meet with 40 counselors, distributing materials or information, and collecting applicable materials. 41 42 Classroom teachers will not be responsible for: Credit Check Confirmation, Graduation 43 Counseling, or Student Course Selection and Data Input. 44 No more than one (1) Advisory session will be scheduled each month. The building 45 administration and staff will devise a plan that is beneficial to the completion of the state 46 graduation requirements. The plan will include time and resources for staff in regards to tracking 47 and evaluating completion of the state requirements. 48 49 50 51