Designated Officer definition

Designated Officer means, with respect to Company, any Person with the title of Chief Executive Officer, Chief Financial Officer or General Counsel.
Designated Officer means designated officer at the local authority (often referred to as the LADO). The designated officer(s) has overall responsibility for oversight of the procedures for dealing with allegations, for resolving any inter-agency issues, and for liaison with the three safeguarding partners.
Designated Officer means the Fund officer, usually a staff member of the department within the Fund that requested the Services, who oversees the delivery of the Services, and is responsible for receiving and internally accounting for the Services and/or administering and monitoring performance of the Services in accordance with the performance standards and requirements specified in the Contract;

Examples of Designated Officer in a sentence

  • The Custodian may request and shall be entitled to rely in good faith upon the direction, order, instruction or other communication from the Lender believed by the Custodian to be genuine and to have been signed or otherwise presented by a Designated Officer of the Lender.

  • If no successor is so appointed and approved by the end of such thirty (30) day period, the Custodian shall deliver all Mortgage Asset Files to the Lender at the address set forth in Section 17 hereto unless otherwise instructed by a Designated Officer of Lender.

  • During this period, the Designated Officer and the Contractor’s personnel directly involved should first attempt in good faith to settle the dispute among themselves before escalating the matter to senior Fund management and their respective counterpart/s within the Contractor.

  • In the event of any such removal, the Custodian shall promptly transfer to the successor custodian or to the Lender, as directed in writing by a Designated Officer of the Lender, all affected Mortgage Asset Files.

  • If Custodian is to deliver the Mortgage Asset Files to the Lender, Custodian shall deliver such files to the address set forth in Section 17 hereto unless otherwise instructed by a Designated Officer of Lender The Lender shall be responsible for all expenses of transferring the Mortgage Asset Files to the successor custodian or the delivery of the Mortgage Asset Files to the Lender, as applicable.


More Definitions of Designated Officer

Designated Officer means the Chief Financial Officer, the Treasurer, an Assistant Treasurer, any Vice President in charge of financial or accounting matters or the principal accounting officer of the Company.
Designated Officer means a person who is authorized on behalf of the Employer to deal with grievances;
Designated Officer means the Chief Compliance Officer or any employee of Dimensional Fund Advisors LP, DFA Australia Limited, Dimensional Fund Advisors Ltd., Dimensional Fund Advisors Canada ULC or Dimensional SmartNest (US) LLC designated by the Chief Compliance Officer.
Designated Officer means the Chief Compliance Officer of the Firm, who shall be responsible for management of the Firm’s program of compliance with the Code of Ethics. However, if the Designated Officer is required to obtain approval from or submit a report, he/she shall seek such approval from, or submit such report to, a person designated by the Chief Executive Officer of the Firm or, if no such person is designated, the Chief Executive Officer of the Firm who shall for such purpose be deemed the Designated Officer.
Designated Officer means the Chief Compliance Officer of the Firm, who shall be responsible for managing the Firm’s program of compliance with the Code of Ethics. However, if the Designated Officer is required to obtain approval for any action or submit a report, she shall seek such approval from, or submit such report to, the Management Committee.
Designated Officer means the person designated from time to time by the Company to be its Chief Compliance Officer; provided, that the Company may from time to time designate another person to act on behalf of the Designated Officer during periods when the Designated Officer is absent or disabled, and during such periods the term "Designated Officer" shall mean such other officer.