Barrier Event definition

Barrier Event means that R (final) is lower than the Barrier.
Barrier Event means that any price of at least one Basket Componenti pub- lished by the respective Relevant Exchangei is equal to or lower than the respec- tive Barrieri during the Observation Period of the Barrier in the case of continu- ous observation.][In the case of Worst-of Express Plus Securities linked to a basket of indices with continuous barrier observation, the following applies:
Barrier Event means that the Worst Performance (b) on the respective Barrier Observation Date is less than the Barrier Level.

Examples of Barrier Event in a sentence

  • For example, if the Final Terms specify that the Barrier Event occurs if the Underlying is lower than the Barrier Level, in case of Second Worst Of, the Barrier Event occurs if e.g. among four Underlyings at least two Underlyings are lower than the Barrier Level.

  • In particular, for the purposes of determining the occurrence of a Barrier Event, the Final Terms will specify the number of Underlyings that have to be equal to, higher than or lower than the Barrier Level.

  • In relation to the Intraday Value, in the event that a Market Disruption Event has occurred on an Exchange Business Day of the Barrier Gap Observation Period, the provisions set out within Condition 15(1) (Market Disruption Event) will apply; Barrier Level means the value specified in the applicable Final Terms that determines the occurrence of the Barrier Event in relation to the relevant Underlying.

  • For example, if the relevant Final Terms do not provide a Protection Level or an Air Bag Factor or other similar features, upon occurrence of the Barrier Event, the Cash Settlement Amount will be linked only to the performance of the Underlying (or of the Spread in the case of Spread Certificates).

  • If a Barrier Event occurs, the Cash Settlement Amount will be determined in accordance with a calculation method other than the calculation method applicable if the Barrier Event does not occur and such circumstance may have a negative influence on the price.


More Definitions of Barrier Event

Barrier Event means the event that will have occurred if the Final Level is below the Barrier Level on the Final Valuation Date.
Barrier Event means an [American/Bermudan/European] Barrier Event [“Bermudan Barrier Event” means the highest [level/price/rate/value] of the Reference Item on any Bermudan Observation Date has been equal to or greater than the Barrier Level] “Call Performance” means the Performance of the Reference Item MINUS Strike [“European Barrier Event” means, in respect of the Reference Item and the specified final [averaging/valuation] date[s], the [average] [level/price/rate/value] of such Reference Item on such specified final [averaging/valuation] date[s] is greater than or equal to the Barrier Level] “FX Option Conversion”: [Applicable andOFX” shall be the exchange rate [determined by reference to the relevant cross-rate] on the specified final FX [averaging/valuation] date[s] DIVIDED BY [[], being] [the [average] [initial price/rate] of such exchange rate [determined by reference to the relevant cross-rate] [on the initial [averaging/valuation] date[s]], expressed as a percentage] / [Not Applicable, OFX = 1] “FX Principal Conversion”: [Applicable and “PFX” shall be the exchange rate [determined by reference to the relevant cross-rate] on the specified final FX [averaging/valuation] date[s] DIVIDED BY [[], being] [the [average] [initial price/rate] of such exchange rate [determined by reference to the relevant cross-rate] [on the initial [averaging/valuation] date[s]], expressed as a percentage]] / [Not Applicable, PFX = 1] “Performance” means, in respect of the Reference Item and the specified final [averaging/valuation] date[s]/valuation period], the [average/highest/lowest] [level/price/rate/value] of such Reference Item on such specified final [averaging/valuation] date[s]/on any valuation period date during such final valuation period] DIVIDED BY [[], being] the [average/highest/lowest] [initial price/level/price/rate/value] of such Reference Item [on the initial [averaging/valuation] date[s]/on any valuation period date during the initial valuation period], expressed as a percentage “Relevant Principal Amount” (“RPA”) means the CA multiplied by []% multiplied by PFX “Barrier Level” = [] “Performance Floor” = [[]%/Zero] “PR” = [[]%/100%] “Strike” = [[]%/100%]]
Barrier Event means that any price of the Underlying as published by the Reference Market with continuous observation during the Barrier Observation Period is equal to or lower than the Barrier.][In the case of Express Securities with Additional Amount and with date-related Barrier observation, the following applies:
Barrier Event means that the Reference Price on the Barrier Observation Date is less than the Barrier. "Barrier Level" means the Barrier Level as specified in § 1 of the Product and Underlying Data. "Calculation Agent" means the Calculation Agent as specified in § 2 (2) of the General Conditions.
Barrier Event means, in respect of an Index and subject to the Adjustment Provisions, an event that will deemed to have occurred if in the determination of the Calculation Agent, the [Worst Performing] Index Performance on the [last occurring] Valuation Date is less than the Barrier Level.
Barrier Event means that any price of the Underlying as published by the Relevant Exchange with continuous observation during the Barrier Observation Period is equal to or greater than the Barrier. A published price shall refer to any price officially published by the Relevant Exchange, resulting from a real transaction, observed during trading hours, from opening auction to closing, with opening and closing auction prices included.
Barrier Event means that any Reference Price of at least one Basket Compo- nenti on any Barrier Observation Date is lower than the respective Barrieri.][In the case of Worst-of Express Plus Securities linked to a basket of shares or depository receipts with physical delivery where the Ratio is still to be specified, the following applies: