Aggregate Amount definition

Aggregate Amount means the aggregate amount by which the resolution authority has assessed that eligible liabilities are to be written down or converted, in accordance with Article 46(1);
Aggregate Amount shall have the meaning assigned to it in the recitals.
Aggregate Amount means the aggregate amount by which the resolution authority has assessed that eligible liabilities must be written down or converted, in accordance with Article 41(1);

Examples of Aggregate Amount in a sentence

  • A The Issuer has agreed to issue to the Investor the Convertible Notes for the Aggregate Amount, on and subject to the terms of this Agreement.


More Definitions of Aggregate Amount

Aggregate Amount means the total of all contributions made to a particular general
Aggregate Amount means the total dollar amount during a fiscal year of items of a like nature, function, and use the need for which can reasonably be determined at the beginning of the fiscal year. Items the need for which could not reasonably be established in advance or which were unavailable because of a failure of delivery need not be included in the aggregate amount.
Aggregate Amount means the amount of:
Aggregate Amount means the Effective Amount of all outstanding Revolving Loans plus the Effective Amount of all L/C Obligations.
Aggregate Amount means the dollar sum of all contracts, change orders, and modifications for a single project.
Aggregate Amount means the amount available for distribution to the States after the Secretary determines the amount of payments to be made to the Secretary of the Interior under §303.731, to the outlying areas under §303.730, and any amount to be reserved for State incentive grants under §303.734;