Currency Translation Rule Sample Clauses

Currency Translation Rule. For purposes of determining the balance or value of accounts denominated in a currency other than the U.S. dollar, a Reporting Financial Institution must convert the dollar threshold amounts described in this Annex I into such currency using a published spot rate determined as of the last day of the calendar year preceding the year in which the Reporting Financial Institution is determining the balance or value.

Related to Currency Translation Rule

  • Foreign Currency Transactions At the direction of Principal or Manager, as the case may be, Custodian shall convert currency in the Account to other currencies through customary channels including, without limitation, Custodian or any of its affiliates or Sub-Custodian Network, as shall be necessary to effect any transaction directed by Principal or Manager. If Principal or Manager gives Custodian standing instructions to execute foreign currency exchange transactions on Principal’s behalf, such transactions will be performed in accordance with the FX Standing Instructions Defined Spread Program Description as amended from time to time.

  • Treasury Transactions No Obligor shall (and the Company will procure that no other member of the Group will) enter into any Treasury Transaction, other than:

  • Currency Exchange With respect to Net Sales invoiced or expenses incurred in U.S. Dollars, the Net Sales or expense amounts and the amounts due to the receiving Party hereunder shall be expressed in U.S. Dollars. With respect to Net Sales invoiced or expenses incurred in a currency other than U.S. Dollars, the Net Sales or expense shall be expressed in the currency in which such Net Sales were invoiced or such expense was incurred together with the U.S. Dollar equivalent, calculated using the average of the spot rate on the first and last business days of the calendar quarter in which the Net Sales were made or the expense was incurred. The “closing mid-point rates” found in the “dollar spot forward against the dollar” table published by The Financial Times or any other publication as agreed to by the Parties shall be used as the source of spot rates. All payments shall be made in U.S. Dollars.