Initial Portfolio buys Sample Clauses

Initial Portfolio buys. When a Client opens a new Platform Account, the algorithm follows the methodology below to make the initial Securities purchases. ● Using the cash deposited into the new Platform Account, as many Securities as possible given the target weight of that holding. If a holding cannot be purchased, then excess cash is held. ● Cash is targeted to be at the model’s target or assigned accountMinimum Cash Setting”.

Related to Initial Portfolio buys

  • Additional Portfolios In the event that any Fund establishes one or more series of Shares in addition to those set forth on Appendix A hereto with respect to which it desires to have the Custodian render services as custodian under the terms hereof, it shall so notify the Custodian in writing, and if the Custodian agrees in writing to provide such services, such series of Shares shall become a Portfolio hereunder.

  • Execution of Portfolio Transactions In connection with the investment and reinvestment of the assets of the ------------------------------------ Portfolio, the Sub-Adviser is responsible for the selection of broker-dealers to execute purchase and sale transactions for the Portfolio in conformity with the policy regarding brokerage as set forth in the Registration Statement, or as the Trustees may determine from time to time, as well as the negotiation of brokerage commission rates with such executing broker-dealers. Generally, the Sub-Adviser's primary consideration in placing Portfolio investment transactions with broker-dealers for execution will be to obtain, and maintain the availability of, best execution at the best available price. Consistent with this policy, the Sub-Adviser, in selecting broker-dealers and negotiating brokerage commission rates, will take all relevant factors into consideration, including, but not limited to: the best price available; the reliability, integrity and financial condition of the broker-dealer; the size of and difficulty in executing the order; and the value of the expected contribution of the broker-dealer to the investment performance of the Portfolio on a continuing basis. Subject to such policies and procedures as the Trustees may determine, the Sub-Adviser shall have discretion to effect investment transactions for the Portfolio through broker-dealers (including, to the extent permissible under applicable law, broker-dealers affiliated with the Sub-Adviser) qualified to obtain best execution of such transactions who provide brokerage and/or research services, as such services are defined in section 28(e) of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934, as amended (the "1934 Act"), and to cause the Portfolio to pay any such broker-dealers an amount of commission for effecting a portfolio investment transaction in excess of the amount of commission another broker-dealer would have charged for effecting that transaction, if the Sub-Adviser determines in good faith that such amount of commission is reasonable in relation to the value of the brokerage or research services provided by such broker-dealer, viewed in terms of either that particular investment transaction or the Sub-Adviser's overall responsibilities with respect to the Portfolio and other accounts as to which the Sub-Adviser exercises investment discretion (as such term is defined in section 3(a)(35) of the 1934 Act). Allocation of orders placed by the Sub-Adviser on behalf of the Portfolio to such broker-dealers shall be in such amounts and proportions as the Sub-Adviser shall determine in good faith in conformity with its responsibilities under applicable laws, rules and regulations. The Sub-Adviser will submit reports on such allocations to the Investment Manager regularly as requested by the Investment Manager, in such form as may be mutually agreed to by the parties hereto, indicating the broker-dealers to whom such allocations have been made and the basis therefor. Subject to the foregoing provisions of this paragraph 3, the Sub-Adviser may also consider sales of shares of the Portfolio, or may consider or follow recommendations of the Investment Manager that take such sales into account, as factors in the selection of broker-dealers to effect the Portfolio's investment transactions. Notwithstanding the above, nothing shall require the Sub-Adviser to use a broker-dealer which provides research services or to use a particular broker-dealer which the Investment Manager has recommended.

  • Portfolio Transactions The Manager is authorized to select the brokers or dealers that will execute the purchases and sales of portfolio securities for the Portfolio and is directed to use its best efforts to obtain the best available prices and most favorable executions, except as prescribed herein. It is understood that the Manager will not be deemed to have acted unlawfully, or to have breached a fiduciary duty to the Fund or to the Portfolio, or be in breach of any obligation owing to the Fund or to the Portfolio under this Agreement, or otherwise, solely by reason of its having caused the Portfolio to pay a member of a securities exchange, a broker, or a dealer a commission for effecting a securities transaction for the Portfolio in excess of the amount of commission another member of an exchange, broker, or dealer would have charged if the Manager determines in good faith that the commission paid was reasonable in relation to the brokerage or research services provided by such member, broker, or dealer, viewed in terms of that particular transaction or the Manager’s overall responsibilities with respect to its accounts, including the Fund, as to which it exercises investment discretion. The Manager will promptly communicate to the officers and directors of the Fund such information relating to transactions for the Portfolio as they may reasonably request.

  • PORTFOLIO HOLDINGS The Adviser will not disclose, in any manner whatsoever, any list of securities held by the Portfolio, except in accordance with the Portfolio’s portfolio holdings disclosure policy.

  • Business Assets The AUGI Assets comprise all of the property and assets of the AUGI Business, and no other person, firm or corporation owns any assets used by AUGI or its subsidiaries in operating the AUGI Business, whether under a lease, rental agreement or other arrangement, other than as disclosed in Schedules "E" or "H" hereto;

  • Portfolio Companies The Company has duly authorized, executed and delivered any agreements pursuant to which it made the investments described in the Prospectus under the caption “Portfolio Companies” (each a “Portfolio Company Agreement”). To the Company’s knowledge, except as otherwise disclosed in the Prospectus, each Portfolio Company is current, in all material respects, with all its obligations under the applicable Portfolio Company Agreements, no event of default (or a default which with the giving of notice or the passage of time would become an event of default) has occurred under such agreements, except to the extent that any such failure to be current in its obligations and any such default would not reasonably be expected to result in a Material Adverse Change.

  • Mortgage Loans As of the Closing Date, in consideration of the Issuer’s delivery of the Notes and the Ownership Certificate to the Depositor or its designee, and concurrently with the execution and delivery of this Agreement, the Depositor does hereby transfer, assign, set over, deposit with and otherwise convey to the Issuer, without recourse, subject to Section 3.01, in trust, all the right, title and interest of the Depositor in and to all accounts, accounts receivable, contract rights, general intangibles, chattel paper, instruments, documents, money, deposit accounts, certificates of deposit, goods, notes, drafts, letters of credit, advices of credit, investment property, uncertificated securities claims and rights to payment of any and every kind consisting of, arising from or relating to any of the following: (a) the Mortgage Loans listed in the Mortgage Loan Schedule, and principal due and payable after the Cut-off Date, but not including interest and principal due and payable on any Mortgage Loans on or before the Cut-off Date, together with the Mortgage Files relating to such Mortgage Loans, (b) any Insurance Proceeds, REO Property, Liquidation Proceeds and other recoveries (in each case, subject to clause (a) above), (c) all Escrow Payments, (d) any Insurance Policies, (e) the rights of the Depositor under the Mortgage Loan Purchase Agreement, (f) the Depositor’s security interest in any collateral pledged to secure the Mortgage Loans, including the Mortgaged Properties, and (g) all income, revenues, issues, products, revisions, substitutions, replacements, profits, rents and all cash and non-cash proceeds of the foregoing to have and to hold, in trust; and the Indenture Trustee declares that, subject to the review provided for in Section 2.02, it has received and shall hold the Trust Estate, as Indenture Trustee, in trust, for the benefit and use of the Noteholders and for the purposes and subject to the terms and conditions set forth in this Agreement, and, concurrently with such receipt, the Issuer has issued and delivered the Notes and the Ownership Certificate to or upon the order of the Depositor, in exchange for the Mortgage Loans and the other property of the Trust Estate. Concurrently with the execution and delivery of this Agreement, the Depositor does hereby assign to the Issuer all of its rights and interest under the Mortgage Loan Purchase Agreement but without delegation of any of its obligations thereunder. The Issuer hereby accepts such assignment, and shall be entitled to exercise all the rights of the Depositor under the Mortgage Loan Purchase Agreement as if, for such purpose, it were the Depositor. Upon the issuance of the Notes, ownership in the Trust Estate shall be vested in the Issuer, subject to the lien created by the Indenture in favor of the Indenture Trustee, for the benefit of the Noteholders. The foregoing sale, transfer, assignment, set-over, deposit and conveyance does not and is not intended to result in creation or assumption by the Indenture Trustee of any obligation of the Depositor, the Seller, or any other Person in connection with the Mortgage Loans or any other agreement or instrument relating thereto except as specifically set forth herein. It is agreed and understood by the Seller, the Depositor and the Issuer (and the Depositor so represents and recognizes) that it is not intended that any Mortgage Loan to be included in the Trust Estate be (i) a "High-Cost Home Loan" as defined in the New Jersey Home Ownership Act effective November 27, 2003, (ii) a "High-Cost Home Loan" as defined in the New Mexico Home Loan Protection Act effective January 1, 2004, (iii) a "High-Cost Home Mortgage Loan" as defined in the Massachusetts Predatory Home Loan Practices Act effective November 7, 2004 or (iv) a "High Cost Home Loan" as defined in the Indiana Home Loan Practices Act effective January 1, 2005.

  • Trust Business It and each of its Subsidiaries has properly administered all accounts for which it acts as a fiduciary, including but not limited to, accounts for which it serves as trustee, agent, custodian, personal representative, guardian, conservator or investment advisor, in accordance with the terms of the governing documents and applicable laws and regulations. Neither it nor its Subsidiaries, nor has any of their respective directors, officers or employees, committed any breach of trust with respect to any such fiduciary account and the records for each such fiduciary account.

  • Sale of Trust Business The Purchasers shall be permitted to assign this Agreement to any person acquiring all or substantially all of the corporate trust business of the Purchasers (or all or substantially all of the assets thereof or any entities owning such business or assets), whether structured as an asset sale, merger, change of control or otherwise, subject to the prior consent of the Sellers; provided, that such consent shall not be unreasonably withheld, conditioned or delayed if the Sellers have reasonable assurance that such person acquiring all or substantially all of the corporate trust business (a) will have (either by itself or through its Affiliates) credit ratings, capitalization and creditworthiness no less than those of Purchasers (taking into account the guaranty provided by Guarantor pursuant to Section 9.5), (b) will provide a level of service quality no less than the service quality provided by the Purchasers, (c) will pose no greater regulatory or reputational risks than the Purchasers and (d) will agree to use reasonable best efforts to obtain the Authorizations required to Transfer the Serviced Appointments to such person on terms and conditions that are no less favorable to the Sellers than the obligations of the Purchasers set forth in the Purchase Agreement with respect to such Transfers.

  • Originator The Person that originated the Mortgage Loan pursuant to a written agreement with the related Mortgagor.