Control Person. Borrower is not, and no Person having “control” (as that term is defined in 12 U.S.C. § 375b or in regulations promulgated pursuant thereto) of Borrower is, an “executive officer,” “director,” or “person who directly or indirectly or in concert with one or more persons, owns, controls, or has the power to vote more than ten percent (10%) of any class of voting securities” (as those terms are defined in 12 U.S.C. § 375b or in regulations promulgated pursuant thereto) of any Lender, of a bank holding company of which any Lender is a subsidiary, or of any other subsidiary of a bank holding company of which any Lender is a subsidiary.
Control Person. Each of (1) the Chairman of the Board of Liberty, (2) the President and Chief Executive Officer of Liberty, (3) the Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer of Liberty, (4) each of the directors of Liberty, and (5) the respective family members, estates and heirs of each of the persons referred to in clauses (1) through (4) above and any trust or other investment vehicle for the primary benefit of any of such persons or their respective family members or heirs. "Family members" for this purpose means the parents, descendants, step children, step grandchildren, nieces and nephews, and spouse of the specified person.
Control Person. The phrase “control person” means a person who has significant responsibility to control, manage or direct a busi- ness. We may refer to this person as a “control person” in our rec- ords to assist us in providing excellent service and managing our products and services for the business. For further information, please see Provision 4.
Control Person. The Vendor is not a Control Person, as that term is defined in the Securities Act (Ontario), of the Trust.
Control Person. Each party hereto will appoint a single Control Person who is responsible for all communication to and from the other party. The initial DSI Control Person is Steve Watters and the initial WLCI Control Person is John Armbruster. These Control Persons may be changed from time to time as deemed necessary. If it is the Control Person's responsibility to communicate the other party's request to his own organization, to provide reports to the other party as necessary, to provide for a backup Control Person in his own absence and to track projects for deadline and completion purposes.