Net Investment Sample Clauses

Net Investment. “Net Investment” is the quantity that is determined as follows: Net Investment = Gross Plant Investment - Depreciation Reserve + CWIP + PHFU - ADIT + Working Capital where the quantities appearing in the foregoing equation are defined hereinafter below. In determining Net Investment hereunder, each component thereof, other than Cash Allowance, shall be determined as the end-of-year balances in the Accounts specified for the relevant Cost Year.
Net Investment. FACTOR The net investment factor for each subaccount for each valuation period is determined by dividing a) by b) and subtracting c) from the result, where:
Net Investment. Factor The ratio of the sub-account performance of the current valuation day to the immediately prior valuation day. The sub-account performance includes gains or losses in the sub-accounts, dividends paid, any capital gains or losses, any taxes, mortality and expense risk charges, and asset-based administration charges.
Net Investment. With respect to any portion of the Nuclear Fuel, the excess of the amount of the Investment in such portion over the aggregate amount of the Basic Heat Supply Charge, if any, theretofore paid by El Paso to the Trustee in respect of such portion. In addition, Net Investment shall be reduced by the amount of any payment made by El Paso to the Trustee for application pursuant to Section 3(a) (i) of the Purchase Contract.
Net Investment. Factor — Each Subaccount’s Net Investment Factor for any valuation period is equal to (A / B) — C, where:
Net Investment. Factor The Net Investment Factor measures the investment performance of a Sub-Account from one Valuation Period to the next. This factor is equal to 1.000000 plus the result (which may be positive or negative) from dividing (a) by (b) and subtracting (c) and (d) where:

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  • Minimum Investment Prior to the Rent Commencement Date, Tenant, at Tenant’s sole cost and expense, shall refurbish, redecorate and modernize the interiors and exteriors of the Premises, and otherwise complete the initial improvements necessary and appropriate to commence operations in the Premises (the “Initial Improvements”), at a minimum cost of the Minimum Investment Amount or less than said amount provided Tenant complies with the Concessions Design Guidelines and receives Design Review Committee approval. As-Built drawings of fire sprinkler and fire alarm systems must be submitted to Building Inspection and Code Enforcement (“XXXX”) in AUTOCAD “.DWG” format within 30 days of issuance of a Temporary Certificate of Occupancy (TCO). Within ninety (90) days after substantial completion of the Initial Improvements, Tenant must provide to City an electronic PDF file and a hard copy set of as-built drawings and an affidavit, signed under penalty of perjury by both Tenant and Tenant’s general contractor, architect or construction manager, stating the hard construction costs paid by Tenant to complete the Initial Improvements, together with copies of paid invoices and lien waivers substantiating the costs stated in the affidavit. Such “hard construction costs,” which must equal or exceed the Minimum Investment Amount, may include architectural and engineering fees, provided the credit for such costs against the Minimum Investment Amount shall not exceed fifteen percent (15%) of the Minimum Investment Amount. The minimum investment may not include financial costs, interest, inventory, pre-opening expenses, inter-company charges related to construction, business interruption, overhead, or debt service on any construction loan, or any charges paid by Tenant to an affiliate. If Director disputes the amount of investment claimed by Tenant, Director may, at City’s expense, hire an independent appraiser to determine the cost of the investment. If the independent appraiser determines that the investment is less than the Minimum Investment Amount, the deficiency, as well as City’s costs of hiring such independent appraiser, will be paid to City by Tenant within sixty (60) days of City’s written notice of the appraiser’s determination. At any time, upon three (3) business days’ notice, City or its representatives may audit all of Tenant’s books, records and source documents related to the hard construction costs paid by Tenant to complete the Initial Improvements. If the audit reveals that the hard construction costs paid by Tenant were less than those stated in Tenant’s affidavit, then Tenant must pay City for the costs incurred by City in connection with the audit plus any additional deficiency discovered between the hard construction costs paid by Tenant and the Minimum Investment Amount. City, at City’s sole discretion, may require that Tenant comply with the terms of a Tenant Work Letter setting forth additional terms relating to Tenant’s construction of the Initial Improvements, and Tenant hereby agrees to comply with any such Tenant Work Letter.

  • Previous Investments This Agreement shall also apply to investments made before its entry into force by investors of one Contracting Party in the territory of the other Contracting Party in accordance with the latter's laws and regulations.

  • PIPE Investment (a) SPAC has delivered to the Company true, correct and complete copies of each of the Subscription Agreements, pursuant to which the Investors have committed to provide equity financing to PubCo solely for purposes of consummating the Transactions in the aggregate amount of $4,040,000,000 ($750,000,000 of which has been committed by Sponsor Affiliate) (the “Investment Amount”). With respect to each Investor, the Subscription Agreement with such Investor is in full force and effect and has not been withdrawn or terminated, or otherwise amended or modified, in any material respect, and no withdrawal or termination, or amendment or modification in any material respect is contemplated by SPAC. Each Subscription Agreement is a legal, valid and binding obligation of SPAC and each Investor, and neither the execution or delivery by any party thereto nor the performance of any party’s obligations under any such Subscription Agreement violates any Laws. There are no other agreements, side letters, or arrangements between SPAC and any Investor relating to any Subscription Agreement that could affect in any material respect the obligation of such Investor to fund the applicable portion of the Investment Amount set forth in the Subscription Agreement of such Investor and, as of the date of this Agreement, SPAC does not know of any facts or circumstances that may reasonably be expected to result in any of the conditions set forth in any Subscription Agreement not being satisfied, or the Investment Amount not being made available to PubCo on the Acquisition Closing Date consistent with the terms and conditions hereof including Section 9.4. No event has occurred that, with or without notice, lapse of time or both, would constitute a default or breach on the part of SPAC under any material term or condition of any Subscription Agreement and, as of the date of this Agreement, the SPAC does not have a reason to believe that SPAC will be unable to satisfy in all material respects on a timely basis any term or condition of closing to be satisfied by it contained in any Subscription Agreement. The Subscription Agreements contain all of the conditions precedent (other than the conditions contained in the other Transaction Documents) to the obligations of the Investors to fund the applicable portion of the Investment Amount set forth in the Subscription Agreements on the terms therein.

  • Quarterly Portfolio of Investments Services Subject to the receipt of all Required Data, and as a component of the Services, the Administrator will use such Required Data from each Trust, State Street’s internal systems, and other data providers to prepare a draft portfolio of investments (the “Portfolio of Investments”), compliant with GAAP, as of each Trusts’ first and third fiscal quarter-ends. · Each Trust acknowledges and agrees that it will be responsible for (i) reviewing and approving each such Portfolio of Investments, (ii) incorporating such information into such Trust’s filing mechanism, (iii) attaching each of its Portfolio of Investments to its first and third fiscal quarter-end N-PORT filings, and (iv) submitting such Portfolios of Investments as part of such N-PORT filings electronically to the SEC.

  • Distributions; Investments (a) Pay any dividends or make any distribution or payment or redeem, retire or purchase any capital stock provided that (i) Borrower may convert any of its convertible securities into other securities pursuant to the terms of such convertible securities or otherwise in exchange thereof, (ii) Borrower may pay dividends solely in common stock; and (iii) Borrower may repurchase the stock of former employees or consultants pursuant to stock repurchase agreements so long as an Event of Default does not exist at the time of such repurchase and would not exist after giving effect to such repurchase, provided such repurchase does not exceed in the aggregate of Fifty Thousand Dollars ($50,000) per fiscal year; or (b) directly or indirectly make any Investment other than Permitted Investments, or permit any of its Subsidiaries to do so.

  • Calculating Interest Assume that you have a single interest rate of 15.99%, your ADB is $2,250 and there are 30 days in the billing period. The DPR is 15.99% divided by 365 days = 0.0438% The Interest is $2,250 multiplied by 0.0438% multiplied by 30 days = $29.57 When an interest rate changes, the new DPR may come into effect during--not just at the beginning of-- the billing period. When this happens, we will create a new balance and apply the new DPR to it. To get the beginning balance on the first day for this new balance, we multiply the previous day's daily balance by the old DPR and add the result to that day's daily balance. Other methods To figure the ADB and interest charges, we may use other formulas or methods that produce equivalent results. Also, we may choose not to charge interest on certain types of charges. Determining the Prime Rate We use the Prime Rate from the rates section of The Wall Street Journal. The Prime Rate for each billing period is the Prime Rate published in The Wall Street Journal on the Closing Date of the billing period. The Wall Street Journal may not publish the Prime Rate on that day. If it does not, we will use the Prime Rate from the previous day it was published. If The Wall Street Journal is no longer published, we may use the Prime Rate from any other newspaper of general circulation in New York, New York. Or we may choose to use a similar published rate. If the Prime Rate increases, variable APRs (and corresponding DPRs) will increase. In that case, you may pay more interest and may have a higher Minimum Payment Due. When the Prime Rate changes, the resulting changes to variable APRs take effect as of the first day of the billing period. Other important information Military Lending Act Federal law provides important protections to members of the Armed Forces and their dependents relating to extensions of consumer credit. In general, the cost of consumer credit to a member of the Armed Forces and his or her dependent may not exceed an annual percentage rate of 36 percent. This rate must include, as applicable to the credit transaction or account: the costs associated with credit insurance premiums; fees for ancillary products sold in connection with the credit transaction; any application fee charged (other than certain application fees for specified credit transactions or accounts); and any participation fee (other than certain participation fees for a credit card account). To listen to this statement, as well as a description of your payment obligation for this Account, call us at 000-000-0000. If you are a covered borrower, the Claims Resolution section of this Agreement will not apply to you in connection with this Account. Instead, the Claims Resolution for Covered Borrowers section will apply. About Additional Cardmembers At your request, we may issue cards to Additional Cardmembers. They do not have accounts with us but they can use your Account subject to the terms of this Agreement. We may report an Additional Cardmember's use of your Account to credit reporting agencies. You are responsible for all use of your Account by Additional Cardmembers and anyone they allow to use your Account. You must pay for all charges they make. You authorize us to give Additional Cardmembers information about your Account and to discuss it with them. If you want to cancel an Additional Cardmember's right to use your Account (and cancel their card) you must tell us. If an Annual Membership fee applies for an Additional Card, please refer to the refund policy disclosed in the Closing your Account sub-section of your Cardmember Agreement. If a single Annual Membership fee applies for a group of Additional Cards on your Account, this policy will apply when you cancel the Additional Card on which the fee was assessed. If an Annual Membership fee applies to Additional Cards on your Account, it is shown on page 2 of Part 1 of the Cardmember Agreement. Converting charges made in a foreign currency If you make a charge in a foreign currency, AE Exposure Management Ltd. ("AEEML") will convert it into U.S. dollars on the date we or our agents process it, so that we bill you for the charge in U.S. dollars based upon this conversion. Unless a particular rate is required by law, AEEML will choose a conversion rate that is acceptable to us for that date. The rate AEEML uses is no more than the highest official rate published by a government agency or the highest interbank rate AEEML identifies from customary banking sources on the conversion date or the prior business day. This rate may differ from rates that are in effect on the date of your charge. We will bill charges converted by establishments (such as airlines) at the rates they use. Changing your billing address You must notify us immediately if you change the: ● mailing address to which we send billing statements; or ● e-mail address to which we send notice that your billing statement is available online. If you have more than one account, you need to notify us separately for each account. We may update your billing address if we receive information that it has changed or is incorrect. Closing your Account You may close your Account by calling us or writing to us. If an Annual Membership fee applies, we will refund this fee if you notify us that you are voluntarily closing your Account within 30 days of the Closing Date of the billing statement on which that fee appears. For cancellations after this 30 day period, the Annual Membership fee is non-refundable. If an Annual Membership fee applies to your Account, it is shown on page 1 and page 2 of Part 1 of the Cardmember Agreement. If your billing address is in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts at the time you close your account, this policy will not apply to you. Cancelling or suspending your Account We may: ● cancel your Account, ● suspend the ability to make charges, ● cancel or suspend any feature on your Account, and ● notify merchants that your Account has been cancelled or suspended. If we do any of these, you must still pay us for all charges under the terms of this Agreement. We may do any of these things at our discretion, even if you pay on time and your Account is not in default. If your Account is cancelled, you must destroy your cards. We may agree to reinstate your Account after a cancellation. If we do this, we may: ● reinstate any additional cards issued on your Account, ● charge you any applicable annual fees, and ● charge you a fee for reinstating the Account. About default We may consider your Account to be in default if: ● you violate a provision of this Agreement, ● you give us false information, ● you file for bankruptcy, ● you default under another agreement you have with us or an affiliate, ● you become incapacitated or die, or ● we believe you are unable or unwilling to pay your debts when due. If we consider your Account in default, we may, to the extent permitted by federal and applicable state law: ● suspend your ability to make charges, ● cancel or suspend any feature on your Account, ● require you to pay more than your Minimum Payment Due immediately, and ● require you to pay your Account balance immediately. Collection costs You agree to pay all reasonable costs, including attorneys' fees, that we incur to collect amounts you owe. Credit reports You agree that we will obtain credit reports about you, investigate your ability to pay, and obtain information about you from other sources including information to verify and re-verify your employment and income. And you agree that we will use such information for any purposes (for example, marketing to you or evaluating you for a new account), subject to applicable law. You agree that we will give information about the Account to credit reporting agencies. We will tell a credit reporting agency if you fail to comply with any term of this Agreement. This may have a negative impact on your credit report. If you believe information we have given to a credit reporting agency is incorrect, write to us at: American Express Credit Bureau Unit, P.O. Box 981537, El Paso, TX 79998-1537. When you write to us, tell us the specific information you believe is incorrect. Sending you notices We mail you notices through the U.S. mail, postage prepaid, and address them to you at the latest billing address on our records. Any notice that we send you this way is deemed to be given when deposited in the U.S.