Derived Information definition

Derived Information means such written information regarding the Notes as is disseminated by any Underwriter to a potential investor, which information is not any of (A) Issuer Information, (B) Prepricing Information or (C) contained in the Registration Statement, the Preliminary Prospectus, the Ratings Free Writing Prospectus or the Prospectus or any amendment or supplement to any of them, taking into account information incorporated therein by reference (other than information incorporated by reference from any information regarding the Notes that is disseminated by any Underwriter to a potential investor); and
Derived Information means any information regarding the Offered Certificates, other than the Issuer Information, disseminated by any Underwriter to a potential investor.
Derived Information means the information in the Prospectus Supplement that has been derived by the Purchaser or its Affiliates or by a servicer acting on their behalf from Originator Provided Information and (ii) "Originator Provided Information" means any computer tape (or other information) concerning characteristics of the Mortgage Loans furnished to the Seller, to any of the Seller's Affiliates or to a servicer acting on their behalf by or on behalf of the Originator.

Examples of Derived Information in a sentence

  • Confidential Information of Exasol includes without limitation the information regarding the Software (including any license keys) and any benchmarking or results of a proof of concept, and all Derived Information.

  • Derived Usage Information Product or Derived Information ProductData created or derived by the Contracting Party or any other User from the Information Product, which does not display the Information Product and from which the underlying Information Product cannot be readily extracted.

  • The use of the Licensed Information Product includes, subject to the limitation provided by the Market Data Agreement , the right to store, edit, process, alter, manipulate, translate, package, distribute the provided Licensed Information Product and prepare and distribute Derived Information Product.

  • Confidential Information of Exasol includes without limitation the Exasol Materials (including any license keys) and any benchmarking or results of a Proof of Concept under an Evaluation License, and all Derived Information.


More Definitions of Derived Information

Derived Information means such portion, if any, of the information delivered to the Sponsor or the Seller pursuant to Section 9D for filing with the Commission on Form 8-K as:
Derived Information means information specified in paragraph (5) of the definition of ABS Informational and Computational Materials in Item 1101(a) of Regulation AB.
Derived Information means the type of information defined as Collateral Term Sheets, Structural Term Sheets or Computational Materials (as such terms are interpreted in the No-Action Letters). The terms “Collateral Term Sheet” and “Structural Term Sheet” shall have the respective meanings assigned to them in the February 13, 1995 letter (the “PSA Letter”) of Cleary, Gottlieb, Steen & Hamilton on behalf of the Public Securities Association (which letter, and the Commission staff’s response thereto, were publicly available February 17, 1995), and with respect to “Collateral Term Sheet” includes any subsequent Collateral Term Sheet that reflects a substantive change in the information presented. The term “Computational Materials” has the meaning assigned to it in the May 17, 1994 letter of Brown & Wood on behalf of Kidder, Peabody & Co., Inc. (which letter, and the Commission staff’s response thereto, were publicly available May 20, 1994) (the “Kidder Letter”, and together with the PSA Letter, the “No-Action Letters”).
Derived Information means all information (such as notes, analyses, compilations, studies, interpretations, summaries other documents, drawings, prototypes, mock-ups, specimens or samples, irrespective of the medium in which they are embodied) that contains, reflects, or is based upon, in whole or in part, the Confidential Information.
Derived Information means all information (including notes, analyses, compilations, and summaries) that is in writing or embodied in any electronic medium and that the Recipient or any of its Representatives derive, in whole or in part, from information described in Section 1(a)(1).
Derived Information means such portion, if any, of the information used by the Depositor for filing with the Commission on Form 8-K as: (i) is not contained in the Prospectus without taking into account information incorporated therein by reference; and (ii) does not constitute Emergent Group-Provided Information. "Emergent Group-Provided Information" means any computer tape furnished to the Depositor by Emergent Group or the Originator concerning the assets comprising the Trust Fund.