Concurrent Transactions definition

Concurrent Transactions means, with respect to any proposed action or transaction hereunder, (a) any acquisition or sale of Portfolio Investments or other property or assets, (b) any payment of outstanding Loans, cash collateralization of Letters of Credit as contemplated by Section 2.04(l), or payment of other Indebtedness that is included in the Covered Debt Amount, (c) any return of capital or other distribution or receipt of cash from any Investment, (d) any incurrence of Indebtedness and the use of proceeds thereof, (e) any sale of Equity Interests of the Borrower, and (f) any pro forma adjustments related to any of the actions or transactions described in the foregoing clauses (a) through (e), in each case, (x) that occurs substantially simultaneously with (and in any event within twenty-four (24) hours of) such proposed action or transaction and (y) is evidenced by a current Borrowing Base Certificate delivered by the Borrower (which may include any activities permitted to be included under clause (x) above).
Concurrent Transactions means, with respect to any proposed action or transaction hereunder, (a) any acquisition or sale of Portfolio Investments or other property or assets, (b) any payment of outstanding Loans, cash collateralization of Letters of Credit as contemplated by Section 2.04(l), or payment of other Indebtedness that is included in the Covered Debt Amount, (c) any return of capital or other distribution or receipt of cash from any Investment, (d) any incurrence of Indebtedness and the use of proceeds thereof, (e) any sale of Equity Interests of the Borrower, and (f) any pro forma adjustments related to any of the actions or transactions described in the foregoing clauses (a) through (e), in each case, (x) that occurs substantially simultaneously with such proposed action or transaction and (y) is evidenced by a current Borrowing Base Certificate delivered by the Borrower (which may include any activities permitted to be included under clause (x) above).
Concurrent Transactions means, with respect to any proposed action or transaction hereunder, (a) any acquisition or sale of Portfolio Investments or other property or assets, (b) any payment of outstanding Loans, cash collateralization of Letters of Credit as contemplated by Section 2.04(l), or payment of other Indebtedness that is included in the Covered Debt Amount, (c) any return of capital or other distribution or receipt of cash from any Investment, (d) any incurrence of Indebtedness and the use of proceeds thereof, and (e) any pro forma adjustments related to any of the actions or transactions described in the foregoing clauses (a) through (d), in each case, (x) that occurs substantially simultaneously with such proposed action or transaction and (y) is evidenced by a current Borrowing Base Certificate delivered by the Borrower.

Examples of Concurrent Transactions in a sentence

  • For purposes of determining the permissibility of any action, change, transaction or event or compliance with any term, such determination shall be made on a pro forma basis, immediately after giving effect to any Concurrent Transactions.


More Definitions of Concurrent Transactions

Concurrent Transactions means the transactions contemplated by the Related Agreements and the other concurrent transactions described in the IPO S-1 to be completed contemporaneously with the Initial Public Offering.
Concurrent Transactions means, with respect to any proposed action or transaction hereunder, (a) any acquisition or sale of Portfolio Investments or other property or assets, (b) any payment of outstanding Loan, Cash Collateralization of Letters of Credit, or payment of other Indebtedness that is included in the Covered Debt Amount, and (c) any Return of Capital or other distribution or receipt of cash from any Investment, (d) any incurrence of Indebtedness and the use of proceeds thereof, and (e) any pro forma adjustments related to any of the actions or transactions described in the foregoing clauses (a) through (d), in each case, (x) that occurs substantially simultaneously with such proposed action or transaction and (y) is evidenced by a current Borrowing Base Certificate delivered by the Borrower (which may include any activities permitted to be included under clause (x) above).
Concurrent Transactions. Has the meaning given to it in Whereas Clause (G).
Concurrent Transactions means, with respect to any proposed action or transaction hereunder, (a) any acquisition or sale of Portfolio Investments or other property or assets, (b) any payment of outstanding Loans, Cash Collateralization of Letters of Credit, or payment of other Indebtedness that is included in the Covered Debt Amount, (c) any Return of Capital or other distribution or receipt of cash from any Investment, (d) any incurrence of Indebtedness and the use of proceeds thereof, (e) any sale of Equity Interests of the Borrower, and (f) any pro forma adjustments related to any of the actions or transactions described in the foregoing clauses (a) through (e), in each case, (x) that occurs substantially simultaneously with and in any event within 24 hours of such proposed action or transaction and (y) is evidenced by a current Borrowing Base Certificate delivered by the Borrower.
Concurrent Transactions means the transactions contemplated by (a) that certain Asset Purchase Agreement of even date herewith by and between Buyer and Knight Radio, Inc., a New Hampshire corporation, and (b) that certain Asset Purchase Agreement of even date herewith by and among Buyer and Knight Broadcasting of New Hampshire, Inc., a New Hampshire corporation.
Concurrent Transactions means, with respect to any proposed action or transaction hereunder, (a) any acquisition or sale of Portfolio Investments or other property or assets, (b) any payment of outstanding Loans, cash collateralization of Letters of Credit as contemplated by
Concurrent Transactions means the collective reference to the transactions contemplated by this Agreement, the transactions contemplated by the Exhibits hereto and the transactions described or referred to in Article V hereof.