Capital Adequacy Rule definition

Capital Adequacy Rule means any law, rule or regulation regarding capital adequacy, or any interpretation or administration thereof by any Governmental Authority, central bank or comparable agency charged with the interpretation or administration thereof, or any request or directive regarding capital adequacy (whether or not having the force of law) of any such authority, central bank or comparable agency.

Examples of Capital Adequacy Rule in a sentence

  • If any Bank determines at any time that its Return has been reduced as a result of any Capital Adequacy Rule Change, that Bank may require the Borrower to pay it the amount necessary to restore its Return to what it would have been had there been no Capital Adequacy Rule Change.

  • If a Bank determines at any time that such Bank's Return has been reduced as a result of any Capital Adequacy Rule Change, such Bank may require the Borrower to pay to such Bank the amount necessary to restore such Bank's Return to what it would have been had there been no Capital Adequacy Rule Change.

  • If any Bank determines at any time that its Return has been reduced as a result of any Capital Adequacy Rule Change, that Bank may require the Borrower to pay it the amount necessary to restore that Bank’s Return to what it would have been had there been no Capital Adequacy Rule Change.

  • If the Bank determines at any time that its Return has been reduced as a result of any Capital Adequacy Rule Change, the Bank may require the Borrower to pay it the amount necessary to restore the Bank’s Return to what it would have been had there been no Capital Adequacy Rule Change.

  • If a Lender determines at any time that such Lender’s Return has been reduced as a result of any Capital Adequacy Rule Change, such Lender may require the Borrowers to pay to such Lender the amount necessary to restore such Lender’s Return to what it would have been had there been no Capital Adequacy Rule Change.


More Definitions of Capital Adequacy Rule

Capital Adequacy Rule has the meaning specified in Section 2.17(b)(ii).
Capital Adequacy Rule means any law, rule, regulation, guideline, directive, requirement or request regarding capital adequacy, or the interpretation or administration thereof by any governmental or regulatory authority, central bank or comparable agency, whether or not having the force of law, that applies to any Related Lender (as defined below), including rules requiring financial institutions to maintain total capital in amounts based upon percentages of outstanding loans, binding loan commitments and letters of credit. Notwithstanding anything herein to the contrary (x) the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act and all requests, rules, guidelines or directives thereunder or issued in connection therewith, and (y) all requests, rules, guidelines or directives promulgated by the Bank for International Settlements, the Basel Committee on Banking Supervision (or any successor or similar authority) or the United States or foreign regulatory authorities, in each case pursuant to Basel III, shall in each case be deemed to be a "Capital Adequacy Rule", regardless of the date enacted, adopted or issued.
Capital Adequacy Rule has the meaning assigned to that term in Section 2.08(b) hereof.
Capital Adequacy Rule has the meaning set forth in Section 2.12(b)(ii).
Capital Adequacy Rule has the meaning specified in Section 2.3(a).
Capital Adequacy Rule means any law, rule, regulation or guideline regarding capital adequacy that applies to any Lender, or the interpretation thereof by any governmental or regulatory authority. Capital Adequacy Rules include rules requiring financial institutions to maintain total capital in amounts based upon percentages of outstanding loans, binding loan commitments and letters of credit. (c) Capital Adequacy Rule Change means any change in any Capital Adequacy Rule occurring after the date of this Agreement, but the term does not include any changes in applicable requirements that at the Funding Date are scheduled to take place under the existing Capital Adequacy Rules or any increases in the capital that any Lender is required to maintain to the extent that the increases are required due to a regulatory authority's assessment of that Lender's financial condition. (d) Lender includes (but is not limited to) the Agent, the Lenders, as defined elsewhere in this Agreement, and any assignee of any interest of any Lender hereunder and any participant in the loans made hereunder. The initial notice sent by any Lender shall be sent as promptly as practicable after such Lender learns that its Return has been reduced, shall include a demand for payment of the amount necessary to restore such Lender's Return for the quarter in which the notice is sent, and shall state in reasonable detail the cause for the reduction in its Return and its calculation of the amount of such reduction. Thereafter, such Lender may send a new notice during each calendar quarter setting forth the calculation of the reduced Return for that quarter and including a demand for payment of the amount necessary to restore its Return for that quarter. Any Lender's calculation in any such notice shall be conclusive and binding absent demonstrable error.
Capital Adequacy Rule has the meaning specified in Section 2.4(a)(i).