CBC definition

Examples of CBC in a sentence

  • If the CBC Transaction Accounts Interest Rate is negative, then the CBC shall pay such rate to the CBC Account Bank.

  • Without prejudice to the rights of pledge created under the CBC Rights Pledge Agreement, this Agreement and each party's rights and obligations hereunder may not be assigned by any of the parties, except in accordance with this Agreement or any of the other Transaction Documents.

  • The CBC has appointed the Administrator as its agent to administer, inter alia, the CBC's rights and obligations under this Agreement.

  • The Lead Beneficiary undertakes the responsibility to fulfil the information and publicity measures set out in the Guidelines for Implementing Information and Publicity Requirements for the Projects in the Interreg – IPA CBC Hungary – Serbia Programme, with the aim of promoting the co-financing provided from EU contribution available under the Interreg - IPA CBC Hungary – Serbia Programme, and ensuring the adequate promotion of the Project.

  • The CBC Account Bank shall promptly notify the CBC of any such variation in writing.

More Definitions of CBC

CBC means The Commercial Banking Company of Sydney Limited;
CBC means China Broadband Capital Partners II, L.P.
CBC means The Citizens Banking Company, an Ohio banking corporation which is a wholly-owned subsidiary of SFG.
CBC means Van Lanschot Conditional Pass-Through Covered Bond Company 2 B.V.
CBC means the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, a Canadian Federal Crown corporation that serves as the national public radio and television broadcaster;
CBC has the meaning set forth in the preamble to this Agreement.
CBC means the payment described in Section 5 of this Agreement.