Eligible Counterparty. Party falling under subparagraphs (a), (b) and (c) of the definition of a professional client.
Eligible Counterparty. “Eligible Counterparty” is any of the following entities to which an investment firm provides the services of reception and transmission of orders on behalf of clients and/or execution of such orders and/or dealing on own account: Cyprus Investment Firm/Greek Investment Firm, other investment firms, credit institutions, insurance companies, UCITS and their management companies, portfolio investment companies, pension funds and their management companies and other financial institutions authorised by a Member State of the European Union or regulated under community legislation or the national law of a Member State, undertakings exempted from the application of the Investment Services and Activities and Regulated Markets Law 87(I) of 2017, national governments and their corresponding offices, including public bodies that deal with public debt, central banks and supranational organisations. Third country entities equivalent to these categories of entities stated in this paragraph may also be considered as Eligible Counterparties. In essence Eligible counterparties are Professional clients of specified types who receive lower degree of protection in respect of the transaction with the Company or in respect of the ancillary service directly relating to the transaction in the course of execution of orders on behalf of clients and/or dealing on own account and/or receiving and transmitting orders and ancillary services related to any of these investment services. For any other investment or ancillary service these clients are not treated as Eligible Counterparties. Retail clients and elective Professional clients cannot be treated as Eligible Counterparties.
Eligible Counterparty. Clients may only be classified as Eligible Counterparties in relation to certain limited services. These services are: dealing and arranging/reception and transmission of orders; the execution of orders; and dealing on own account, i.e. eligible counterparty business (and related ancillary services). In relation to all other investment services and activities, the Eligible Counterparty will be categorized a Professional Client (e.g. in respect of investment advice). Eligible Counterparties will include capital market participants such as investment firms and banks; major market participants and investors such as undertakings for collective investments in transferable securities and fund managers as well as national governments and other public bodies; central banks and multinational organisations. Clients that automatically fall within the Eligible Counterparty definition will be “per se” Eligible Counterparties.
Eligible Counterparty the Agent, any Affiliate of the Agent, any Lender and any Affiliate of any Lender, in each case, that from time to time enters into a Lender Hedging Agreement with any Borrower or any Subsidiary thereof; provided, the term “Eligible Counterparty” shall include any Person that is the Agent, an Affiliate of the Agent, a Lender or an Affiliate of a Lender as of the Restatement Date or as of the date that such Person enters into a Lender Hedging Agreement, but subsequently ceases to be the Agent, an Affiliate of the Agent, a Lender or an Affiliate of a Lender, as the case may be. Eligible Real Estate: individually and collectively, the commercial real estate and improvements located in the United States that constitute collateral for an Eligible Advance, and with respect to which each of the following is available, unless waived by Agent in its sole and reasonable discretion:
Eligible Counterparty. Eligible Counterparty' shall mean Professional Clients specified above under (i) to (vxi) in respect of whom the Company is not obligated to meet the rules of conduct and duty to report laid down in section 15 to 15r of the CMUA as far as the following principal investment services are concerned (investment services laid down in section 4 (2) a) to c) of the CMUA):