Examples of Designated Financial Institution in a sentence
The Company, the Holders surrendering Notes for conversion and the Conversion Agent shall cooperate with applicable procedures of the Depositary to cause such Notes to be delivered to the Designated Financial Institution.
If the Designated Financial Institution accepts any such Notes, it will pay and/or deliver, as the case may be, the cash, shares of Common Stock or a combination thereof due upon conversion to the Conversion Agent, and the Conversion Agent shall pay and/or deliver such cash and/or shares of Common Stock to such Holder on the third Business Day immediately following the relevant Conversion Date.
The Company’s designation of a Designated Financial Institution does not require such Designated Financial Institution to accept any Notes.
If the Company makes an Exchange Election, the Company shall, by the close of business on the Business Day immediately following the relevant Conversion Date, notify in writing the Holder surrendering Notes for conversion and the Trustee that the Company has made an Exchange Election and shall notify the Designated Financial Institution of the Settlement Method the Company has elected with respect to such conversion and the relevant deadline for delivery of the relevant Conversion Consideration.
In order to accept any Notes surrendered to the Company for conversion, the Designated Financial Institution must agree to timely deliver, in exchange for such Notes, cash, shares of Common Stock or combination thereof, at the Company’s election, that would otherwise be due upon conversion, all as provided in Section 14.02(a) (the “Conversion Consideration”).