Business Track Record definition

Business Track Record means all rights to the investment performance, performance record and financial history of the Business (and the components thereof) since its inception, and all documentation related to such performance and history, including all records prepared or maintained by Scout and its respective Affiliates in order to demonstrate or substantiate such performance and history.

Examples of Business Track Record in a sentence

  • Of course, the NPPF is only in draft form but ignoring its implications is of benefit to no one, least of all the Council itself.

  • Docket No. EF07080625 - In the Matter of the Petition of Atlantic City Electric Company, Pursuant to N.J.S.A. 48:2-13 and N.J.S.A. 48:3-9 for Authority to Issue Short-Term Indebtedness Prior to January 1, 2010.

  • All of the investments reflected in the Business Track Record were made, directly or indirectly, by the Clients.

  • Except as set forth in Schedule 3.22 of the Disclosure Letter, the Group Companies exclusively own and have the exclusive right to use, the Business Track Record.

  • In the direct comparison based on the C measure, VEGA weakly dominates more than 50% of the NPGA outcomes on average, while NPGA achieves less than 25% coverage regarding VEGA on average.

  • The Business Track Record is accurate and complete in all material respects and has been prepared, and, when used, presented, in accordance with the Global Investment Performance Standards in all material respects.

Related to Business Track Record

  • Business Transaction means any merger, share exchange, asset acquisition, plan of arrangement, recapitalization, reorganization or similar business combination involving the Company.

  • Significant business transaction means any business transaction or series of transactions that, during any one fiscal year, exceeds the lesser of $25,000 or 5 percent of the total operating expense of a provider.

  • Business trust means a trust created for the purposes of making a profit through the combination of capital contributed by the beneficiaries of the trust and through the administration or management of the capital by trustees or a person acting on behalf of those trustees, for the benefit of the beneficiaries;

  • disclosure date means either of the following:

  • collective investment scheme means any arrangements with respect to property of any description, including money, the purpose or effect of which is to enable Persons taking part in the arrangements (whether by becoming owners of the property or any part of it or otherwise) to participate in or receive profits or income arising from the acquisition, holding, management or disposal of the property or sums paid out of such profits or income.

  • Books Closure Date means the date and time to be determined by the Manager on which the register of Unitholders will be closed for the purpose of determining the entitlements of Unitholders to a Distribution;

  • Public funds means money belonging to the government.

  • Inception Date means in respect of a Fund, the first date on which the Fund issued shares.

  • MINORITY BUSINESS ENTERPRISE (MBE means an individual, partnership, corporation or joint venture of any kind that is owned and controlled by U. S. Citizens and residents of Ohio, who are and have held themselves out as members of the following socially and economically disadvantaged groups: Blacks, American Indians, Hispanics and Asians. Only businesses certified by the State of Ohio Equal Opportunity Division in accordance with Section 123.151 of the Ohio Revised Code shall be recognized as being MBE certified within the purpose of this invitation.

  • life insurance business means the business of providing or undertaking to provide policy benefits under life policies;

  • Continuing care retirement community means a residential

  • Non-Investment Personnel means any Employee that does not meet the definition of Investment Personnel as listed above.