Banking Days definition

Banking Days means any day that is not a Saturday, Sunday or other day on which (a) banks in New York, New York and London, England are authorized or required by law to remain closed, or (b) banks are not generally open for dealing in dollar deposits in the London interbank market;
Banking Days means day(s) on which banks in Ireland generally are open for business (except in any event on Saturday or Sunday);
Banking Days means day(s) on which banks are open for the transaction of business in London, England, New York, New York and Rotterdam, The Netherlands;

Examples of Banking Days in a sentence

  • This Agreement shall terminate forthwith upon termination of the Master Agreement or may be terminated by any party hereto on ten Banking Days' written notice to the other parties; provided, however, that any such termination shall not affect any repurchase transaction then outstanding or any rights or obligations under this Agreement or the Master Agreement with respect to any actions or omissions of any party hereto prior to termination.

  • The Cancellation Amount will be paid within five Banking Days following the date as of which the extraordinary call becomes effective, or at the date specified in the above mentioned notice, as the case may be, pursuant to the provisions of § 6 of the Special Conditions.

  • If we have received your written instructions you will receive financial settlement within 5 Banking Days of the Plan maturing.

  • If we cannot resolve your complaint within five Banking Days, we will respond to your complaint in writing, or, if we hold an email address for you, you agree we may respond by email.

  • It can take 5 Banking Days to clear a paper payment for withdrawal that is from an account in an Irish financial institution.


More Definitions of Banking Days

Banking Days means the days defined in the Loan Agreement as being days on which the Project Enterprise is not excused from the requirement to make a Scheduled Payment, after taking into account Saturdays, Sundays and other days on which relevant banks are not open for business.
Banking Days means days other than Saturdays, Sundays and other legal holidays or days on which the principal office of the Bank is closed.
Banking Days means the days on which banks are open in London, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Singapore, Hamburg and New York;
Banking Days means days on which banks are open in New York, Singapore, London, Antwerp and Copenhagen.
Banking Days means the days identified in Cl.36 (b)
Banking Days are days on which banks are open both in the country of the currency stipulated for the Purchase Price in Clause 1 (Purchase Price) and in the place of closing stipulated in Clause 8 (Documentation) and Greece and BuyersFlag State (add additional jurisdictions as appropriate).
Banking Days are days on which banks are open both in the country of the currency stipulated for the Purchase Price in Clause 1 and in the place of closing stipulated in Clause 8.