Definition of 2008 Senior Notes


2008 Senior Notes means, collectively, (i) the Series B Senior Notes due October 1, 2013 in an aggregate initial principal amount of $100,000,000, (ii) the Series C Senior Notes due October 1, 2015 in an aggregate initial principal amount of $50,000,000 and (iii) the Series D Senior Notes due October 1, 2018 in an aggregate initial principal amount of $100,000,000, in each case as the same may be amended, restated, supplemented or otherwise modified from time to time, issued by the Company pursuant to the 2008 Note Agreement.


2008 Senior Notes means the senior notes of the Borrower issued in a private placement pursuant to the 2008 Note Purchase Agreement in the original principal amount of up to $350,000,000.

2008 Senior Notes means our notes in the aggregate principal amount of US$480 million and Cdn$30 million issued on May 29, 2008, which consist of US$153 million principal amount of 6.12 percent notes due in 2016, US$278 million principal amount of 6.30 percent notes due in 2018, Cdn$30 million principal amount of 6.16 percent notes due in 2018 and US$49 million principal amount of 6.40 percent notes due in 2020. The 2008 Senior Notes are guaranteed, unsecured and rank equally with our bank credit facilities and our other Senior Notes.

Examples of 2008 Senior Notes in a sentence

The Company did not make interest payments on its 2008 Senior Notes following November 29, 2002.
As part of its financial restructuring, on February 23, 2005, the principal of and accrued and unpaid interest on its 2008 Senior Notes was converted into an aggregate principal amount of US$8.8 million of its 2012 Senior Notes and 343,333 of its Series B Shares.
Furthermore, the 2008 Senior Notes Series F were issued by way of a private placement that was not marketed in Canada.
At December 31, 2004, before recognizing the effects of its financial restructuring, the Company had outstanding $124,225 (US$10.4 million) aggregate principal amount of the 2008 Senior Notes.
The Company intended to, and did in fact, use the proceeds throughout the second quarter to pay off certain outstanding debt, including to repay indebtedness under the term A and term B loans under the Credit Agreement and to purchase a portion of the 2008 Senior Notes.



More definitions of 2008 Senior Notes

2008 Senior Notes means the Global Borrower’s 10.875% Senior Notes due 2008 and PLP’s 7% Senior Notes due 2008.


2008 Senior Notes means the US$285 million and $15 million of senior unsecured notes collectively issued under the 2008 Note Purchase Agreements;

2008 Senior Notes means the senior notes of the Borrower issued in a private placement pursuant to the 2008 Note Purchase Agreement in the original principal amount of $350,000,000, and shall include any senior note issued after the original issuance date in substitution for or replacement of, in whole or in part, any originally issued senior note.

2008 Senior Notes means the senior unsecured notes issued under the 2008 Note Purchase Agreements;

2008 Senior Notes means those certain senior secured notes of GFI in an aggregate principal amount of up to $150,000,000 pursuant to the 2008 Senior Note Purchase Agreement containing terms and conditions substantially consistent with the terms of the “Senior Note Term Sheet” attached as Exhibit B to the Third Amendment.

2008 Senior Notes means those certain senior secured notes of GFI in an aggregate principal amount of up to $150,000,000 pursuant to the 2008 Senior Note Purchase Agreement.

2008 Senior Notes means, collectively, (a) the 5.63% Senior Notes, Series A-1, due August 15, 2013, (b) the 6.33% Senior Notes, Series A-2, due August 15, 2018, and (c) the 6.43% Senior Notes, Series A-3, due August 15, 2020, issued pursuant to the 2008 Senior Note Purchase Agreement, as the same may from time to time be amended, restated, otherwise modified or replaced.