AIA Sample Clauses

AIA c) The employer’s occupational benefit institution (2nd pillar of the Swiss statutory old-age insurance scheme):
AIA. The Recipient acknowledges that Canada is bound by the Access to Information Act (Canada) and that any information provided to Canada by either the Province or the Recipient in connection with the Project or otherwise in connection with the Agreement may be subject to disclosure in accordance with that Act.
AIA. AIA must at its expense at closing and until the fourth anniversary of closing maintain in effect comprehensive airline liability (including passenger, contractual, bodily injury, cargo and property damage liability) insurance with insurers of recognized reputation and responsibility (i) in an amount not less than $200,000,000 per occurrence combined single limit and (ii) of the type and coverage as that maintained by AIA before closing. Such insurance must extend to Aircargo, its shareholders, directors, officers, employees, representatives and affiliates as additional, and must cover AIA's indemnities under Paragraph 4.16(A). 11 7/31/97
AIA. AIA is a wholly-owned subsidiary of AIA Group Limited and is the lead operating entity within the AIA Group. The AIA Group comprises the largest independent publicly listed pan-Asian life insurance group. It has a presence in 18 markets – wholly-owned branches and subsidiaries in Mainland China, Hong Kong, Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Australia, Cambodia, Indonesia, Myanmar, New Zealand, the Philippines, South Korea, Sri Lanka, Taiwan (China), Vietnam, Brunei and Macau, and a 49 per cent joint venture in India. The business that is now AIA Group was first established in Shanghai more than a century ago in 1919. It is a market leader in Asia (ex-Japan) based on life insurance premiums and holds leading positions across the majority of its markets. It had total assets of US$330 billion as of 30th June, 2021. AIA Group meets the long-term savings and protection needs of individuals by offering a range of products and services including life insurance, accident and health insurance and savings plans. AIA Group also provides employee benefits, credit life and pension services to corporate clients. Through an extensive network of agents, partners and employees across Asia, AIA Group serves the holders of more than 39 million individual policies and over 16 million participating members of group insurance schemes. AIA Group Limited is listed on the Main Board of the Stock Exchange under the stock code “1299” with American Depositary Receipts (Level 1) traded on the over-the-counter market (ticker symbol: “AAGIY”). To the best of the knowledge, information and belief of the Directors having made all reasonable enquiry, AIA and AIA Holdings HK and their ultimate beneficial owners are Independent Third Parties and not connected with the Bank. LISTING RULES IMPLICATIONS The Transactions, on a stand-alone basis and when aggregated with the Previous Transactions pursuant to Rule 14.22 of the Listing Rules, constitutes a discloseable transaction of the Bank under Chapter 14 of the Listing Rules as one or more of the relevant percentage ratios under Rule 14.07 of the Listing Rules is more than 5% but all are less than 25% and, therefore, is subject to the announcement requirement under Chapter 14 of the Listing Rules.
AIA. The AIA Group Limited (AIA) is the largest, independent listed pan-Asian life insurance group in the world, with an unparalleled footprint spanning 15 markets in Asia Pacific. The Group has total assets of approximately US$90 billion and traces its roots in the region back more than 90 years. AIA meets the savings and protection needs of individuals and businesses by offering a comprehensive suite of products and services covering life insurance, retirement planning, accident and health insurance, as well as wealth management solutions. Through an extensive network of more than 300,000 agents and over 24,000 employees across Asia Pacific, AIA serves the holders of over 23 million individual policies and over 10 million participating members of group policies. AIA has branch offices, subsidiaries and affiliates located in jurisdictions across the region including Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, China, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, Vietnam, Australia, New Zealand, Macau and Brunei. OUR DISTRIBUTORS
AIA. 1 For an overview of the Swiss social security system, see > Themes > International Affairs
AIA. A101 – 2017, Exhibit A, Insurance and Bonds, as modified by the University.

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  • Construction Progress Schedule A schedule indicating proposed activity sequences and durations, milestone dates for receipt and approval of pertinent information, preparation, submittal, and processing of Shop Drawings and Samples, delivery of materials or equipment requiring long-lead time procurement, and proposed date(s) of Material Completion and Occupancy and Final Completion. The schedule will be developed to represent the sixteen or seventeen CSI Specification Divisions. It shall have a minimum number of activities as required to adequately represent to Owner the complete scope of work and define the Project’s critical path and associated activities. If the Project is to be phased, then each individual Phase should be identified from start through completion of the overall Project and should be individually scheduled and described, including any Owner’s occupancy requirements and showing portions of the Project having occupancy priority. The format of the schedule will have dependencies indicated on a monthly grid identifying milestone dates such as construction start, phase construction, structural top out, dry-in, rough-in completion, metal stud and drywall completion, equipment installation, systems operational, Material Completion and Occupancy Date, final inspection dates, Punchlist, and Final Completion date.

  • Construction Management Plan Contractor shall prepare and furnish to the Owner a thorough and complete plan for the management of the Project from issuance of the Proceed Order through the issuance of the Design Professional's Certificate of Material Completion. Such plan shall include, without limitation, an estimate of the manpower requirements for each trade and the anticipated availability of such manpower, a schedule prepared using the critical path method that will amplify and support the schedule required in Article 2.1.5 below, and the Submittal Schedule as required in Article 2.2.3. The Contractor shall include in his plan the names and resumés of the Project Superintendent, Project Manager and the person in charge of Safety.

  • Construction Methods The Contractor shall provide all tools, equipment, materials, labor and work for the construction and furnishing of the required facilities and System. All work under this item shall be performed in a safe and workmanlike manner.

  • Construction Contract If federal funds are included as part of the financing of the non-OPWC portion of the Project, federal law may prevail, including, but not limited to, application of Xxxxx Xxxxx prevailing wage rates, the Xxxxxxxx “Anti-Kickback” Act, the Contract Work Hours and Safety Standards Act, and any federal environmental regulations. Recipient is solely responsible for ensuring compliance with federal requirements applicable to its Local Subdivision Contribution. Notwithstanding the above, the following provisions apply to construction contracts under this Agreement:

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  • Project Implementation Manual The Recipient, through the PCU, shall: (i) take all action required to carry out Parts 1.1, 1.3, 1.4, 2, 3.1(b), 3.2, 3.3 and 4 (ii) of the Project in accordance with the provisions and requirements set forth or referred to in the Project Implementation Manual; (ii) submit recommendations to the Association for its consideration for changes and updates of the Project Implementation Manual as they may become necessary or advisable during Project implementation in order to achieve the objective of Parts 1.1, 1.3, 1.4, 2, 3.1(b), 3.2, 3.3 and 4(ii) of the Project; and (iii) not assign, amend, abrogate or waive the Project Implementation Manual or any of its provisions without the Association’s prior agreement. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if any of the provisions of the Project Implementation Manual is inconsistent with the provisions of this Agreement, the provisions of this Agreement shall prevail and govern.

  • Improvement Plans A. A professional improvement plan is a clearly articulated assistance program for a teacher whose student growth measure dimension of the evaluation is below the expected level of student growth. For the purposes of this agreement, improvement plans shall be based on the individual student growth measure level, and not for overall subjects or classes taught.