Purchases of Portfolio Shares for Sale to Customers Sample Clauses

Purchases of Portfolio Shares for Sale to Customers. (a) In offering and selling Portfolio shares to your customers, you agree to act as dealer for your own account; you are not authorized to act as agent for us or for any Portfolio. (b) You agree to offer and sell Portfolio shares to your customers only at the applicable public offering price in accordance with the Prospectus. If your customer qualifies for a reduced sales charge pursuant to a special purchase plan (for example, a quantity discount, letter of intent, or right of accumulation) as described in the Prospectus, you agree to offer and sell Portfolio shares to your customer at the applicable reduced sales charge. You agree to deliver or cause to be delivered to each customer, at or prior to the time of any purchase of shares, a copy of the then current prospectus (including any stickers thereto), unless such prospectus has already been delivered to the customer, and to each customer who so requests, a copy of the then current statement of additional information (including any stickers thereto). (c) You agree to purchase Portfolio shares from us only to cover purchase orders that you have already received from your customers, or for your own investment. You also agree not to purchase any Portfolio shares from your customers at a price lower than the applicable redemption price, determined in the manner described in the Prospectus. You will not withhold placing customers' orders so as to profit yourself as a result of such withholding (for example, by a change in a Portfolio's net asset value from that used in determining the offering price to your customers). (d) We will accept your purchase orders only at the public offering price applicable to each order, as determined in accordance with the Prospectus. We will not accept from you a conditional order for Portfolio shares. All orders are subject to acceptance or rejection by us in our sole discretion. We may, without notice, suspend sales or withdraw the offering of Portfolio shares, or make a limited offering of Portfolio shares. (e) The placing of orders with us will be governed by instructions that we will periodically issue to you. You must pay for Portfolio shares in New York or Boston clearing house funds or in federal funds in accordance with such instructions, and we must receive your payment on or before the settlement date established in accordance with Rule 15c6-1 under the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 (the "1934 Act"). If we do not receive your payment on or before such settlement ...
Purchases of Portfolio Shares for Sale to Customers. (a) In offering and selling Portfolio shares to your customers, you agree to act as dealer for your own account; you are not authorized to act as agent for us or for any Portfolio.
Purchases of Portfolio Shares for Sale to Customers. (a) In offering and selling Portfolio shares to your customers, you agree to act as dealer for your own account; you are not authorized to act as agent for us or for any Portfolio, except as specified in paragraph 5(b) below.

Related to Purchases of Portfolio Shares for Sale to Customers

  • Purchases of Shares Among Portfolios The Trust may purchase, on behalf of any Portfolio (the "Purchasing Portfolio"), Shares of another Portfolio (the "Selling Portfolio") or any Class thereof. Shares of the Selling Portfolio so purchased on behalf of the Purchasing Portfolio shall be Outstanding Shares, and shall have all preferences, voting powers, rights and privileges established for such Shares.

  • 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.

  • Price Adjustments for OGS Centralized Contracts Periodic price adjustments will occur no more than twice per year on a schedule to be established solely by OGS. Pricing offered shall be fixed for the first twelve (12) months of the Contract term. Such price increases will only apply to the OGS Centralized Contracts and shall not be applied retroactively to Authorized User Agreements or any Mini-bids already submitted to an Authorized User. Price Decreases Price decreases may be made at any time. Additionally, some price decreases shall be calculated in accordance with Appendix B, section 17, Pricing.

  • Portfolio Securities Portfolio securities of the Issuer may be bought or sold by or through Distributors, and Distributors may participate directly or indirectly in brokerage commissions or "spreads" for transactions in portfolio securities of the Issuer.

  • Communications Regarding Demands to Repurchase Receivables The Owner Trustee shall provide notice to CarMax and the Depositor as soon as practicable of all demands communicated to a Responsible Officer of the Owner Trustee for the repurchase or replacement of any Receivable for breach of the representations and warranties concerning such Receivable. Subject to this Section 6.8, the Owner Trustee shall have no obligation to take any other action with respect to a demand. However, the Owner Trustee shall, upon written request of either CarMax or the Depositor, provide notification to CarMax and the Depositor with respect to any actions taken by the Owner Trustee with respect to any such demand communicated to a Responsible Officer of the Owner Trustee in respect of any Receivables, such notifications to be provided by the Owner Trustee as soon as practicable and in any event within five Business Days of such request or such other time frame as may be mutually agreed to by the Owner Trustee and CarMax or the Depositor, as applicable. The Owner Trustee acknowledges and agrees that the purpose of this Section 6.8 is to facilitate compliance by CarMax and the Depositor with Rule 15Ga-1 under the Exchange Act, as amended, and Items 1104(e) and 1121(c) of Regulation AB (the “Repurchase Rules and Regulations”). The Owner Trustee acknowledges that interpretations of the requirements of the Repurchase Rules and Regulations may change over time, whether due to interpretive guidance provided by the Commission or its staff, consensus among participants in the asset-backed securities markets, advice of counsel, or otherwise, and agrees to comply with reasonable requests made by CarMax and the Depositor in good faith for delivery of information under these provisions on the basis of evolving interpretations of the Repurchase Rules and Regulations. The Owner Trustee shall cooperate fully with CarMax and the Depositor to deliver any and all records and any other information in its actual possession that are reasonably requested in writing by CarMax or the Depositor and necessary in the good faith determination of CarMax and the Depositor to permit them to comply with the provisions of the Repurchase Rules and Regulations. In no event shall the Owner Trustee have (i) any responsibility or liability in connection with any filing required to be made by a securitizer under the Exchange Act or Regulation AB or (ii) any duty or obligation to undertake any investigation or inquiry related to repurchase activity or otherwise to assume any additional duties or responsibilities except as expressly set forth in this Section 6.8.

  • Certain Repurchases of Common Stock In case the Company effects a Pro Rata Repurchase of Common Stock, then the Exercise Price shall be reduced to the price determined by multiplying the Exercise Price in effect immediately prior to the Effective Date of such Pro Rata Repurchase by a fraction of which the numerator shall be (i) the product of (x) the number of shares of Common Stock outstanding immediately before such Pro Rata Repurchase and (y) the Market Price of a share of Common Stock on the trading day immediately preceding the first public announcement by the Company or any of its Affiliates of the intent to effect such Pro Rata Repurchase, minus (ii) the aggregate purchase price of the Pro Rata Repurchase, and of which the denominator shall be the product of (i) the number of shares of Common Stock outstanding immediately prior to such Pro Rata Repurchase minus the number of shares of Common Stock so repurchased and (ii) the Market Price per share of Common Stock on the trading day immediately preceding the first public announcement by the Company or any of its Affiliates of the intent to effect such Pro Rata Repurchase. In such event, the number of shares of Common Stock issuable upon the exercise of this Warrant shall be increased to the number obtained by dividing (x) the product of (1) the number of Shares issuable upon the exercise of this Warrant before such adjustment, and (2) the Exercise Price in effect immediately prior to the Pro Rata Repurchase giving rise to this adjustment by (y) the new Exercise Price determined in accordance with the immediately preceding sentence. For the avoidance of doubt, no increase to the Exercise Price or decrease in the number of Shares issuable upon exercise of this Warrant shall be made pursuant to this Section 13(D).

  • Purchase and Sale of the Purchased Assets Upon the terms and subject to the conditions of this Asset Purchase Agreement, at the Closing, Seller shall sell, assign, transfer, convey and deliver to Buyer or a Subsidiary of Buyer designated by Buyer in writing to Seller not less than ten (10) Business Days prior to the Closing, and Buyer or such Subsidiary shall purchase, acquire and accept from Seller, free and clear of Liens except for Permitted Liens, the entire right, title and interest of Seller in, to and under all of (i) the tangible assets and properties located at the Facility, including the tangible assets and properties set forth below, and (ii) the intangible assets, properties and rights specifically listed below, in each case other than the Excluded Assets (the “Purchased Assets”):

  • Purchase and Sale of Receivables On the Closing Date, subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, the Seller agrees to sell to the Purchaser, and the Purchaser agrees to purchase from the Seller, the Receivables and the other property relating thereto (as defined below).

  • Purchase and Sale of Products Xxxx agrees to purchase and receive from the Company, and the Company agrees to sell and deliver to Xxxx, the entire Products output of the Refinery from and including the Commencement Date through the end of the Term of this Agreement, at the prices determined pursuant to this Agreement and otherwise in accordance with the terms and conditions of this Agreement.

  • CALCULATION OF LOSS FOR SHORT SALE LOANS No Preceeding Loan Mod under Loss Share 1 Shared-Loss Month: May-09 2 Loan # 58776 3 RO # 542 4 Interest paid-to-date 7/31/08 5 Short Payoff Date 4/17/09 6 Note Interest rate 7.750% 7 Owner occupied? Yes If so: 8 Borrower current gross annual income 38,500 9 Estimated NPV of loan mod 200,000 10 Most recent BPO 380,000 11 Most recent BPO date 1/31/06 Short-Sale Loss calculation 12 Loan Principal balance 375,000 13 Accrued interest, limited to 90 days 7,266 14 Attorney's fees 0 15 Tax and insurance advances 0 16 3rd party fees due 2,800 17 Incentive to borrower 2,000 18 Gross balance recoverable by Purchaser 387,066 19 Amount accepted in Short-Sale 255,000 20 Hazard Insurance 0 21 Mortgage Insurance 0 22 Total Cash Recovery 255,000 23 Loss Amount 132,066 Exhibit 2c(2)