Dilution Ratio definition

Dilution Ratio means, as of any Cut-Off Date, a ratio (expressed as a percentage), computed by dividing (i) the total amount of decreases in Outstanding Balances due to Dilutions during the Calculation Period ending on such Cut-Off Date, by (ii) the aggregate sales generated by the Originators during the Calculation Period prior to the Calculation Period ending on such Cut-Off Date.
Dilution Ratio means the ratio (expressed as a percentage and rounded to the nearest 1/100th of 1%, with 5/1000th of 1% rounded upward), computed as of the last day of each calendar month by dividing: (a) the aggregate amount of payments made or owed by the Seller pursuant to Section 1.4(e)(i) of this Agreement during such calendar month by (b) the aggregate credit sales made by all the Originators during the calendar month that is one month prior to such calendar month.
Dilution Ratio means, at any date, the amount (expressed as a percentage) equal to (a) the aggregate amount of the applicable Dilution Factors for the twelve (12) most recently ended fiscal months divided by (b) total gross sales for the twelve (12) most recently ended fiscal months.

Examples of Dilution Ratio in a sentence

• For the avoidance of doubt, this Section 1.03 and any changes in GAAP or other accounting principles contemplated by this Section shall not affect or modify any computation or determination of the Days’ Sales Outstanding, Default Ratio, Delinquency Ratio, Dilution Ratio, Total Reserves or any input to, or component of, any of the foregoing.

More Definitions of Dilution Ratio

Dilution Ratio means with respect to the Borrowers at any date, the amount (expressed as a percentage) equal to (a) the aggregate amount of the applicable Dilution Factors for the 12 most recently completed fiscal months divided by (b) total gross sales for the 12 most recently completed fiscal months.
Dilution Ratio means the ratio (expressed as a percentage and rounded to the nearest 1/100th of 1%, with 5/1000th of 1% rounded upward), computed as of the last day of each Fiscal Month by dividing: (a) the aggregate amount of Deemed Collections during such Fiscal Month (other than amounts that relate to amounts covered by the Contractual Dilution Accrual), by (b) the aggregate initial Outstanding Balance of all Pool Receivables generated by the Originators during the month that is two months prior to such Fiscal Month.
Dilution Ratio means, as at the end of any calendar month, a percentage equal to (i) the aggregate amount of all Dilutions arising during such calendar month (other than Rebate/Billbacks) with respect to all Receivables divided by (ii) the aggregate amount of sales by all Originators for the calendar month ending two months prior to such calendar month.
Dilution Ratio means, as of any date of determination, the ratio (expressed as a percentage) of:
Dilution Ratio means, with respect to any Settlement Period, a fraction (expressed as a percentage), (a) the numerator of which is the aggregate amount of all Dilutions in respect of Pool Receivables which occurred during such Settlement Period and (b) the denominator of which is the aggregate initial Unpaid Balance of all Pool Receivables which were originated by the Originators during such Settlement Period.
Dilution Ratio means, as of any Settlement Date, a percentage equal to a fraction, the numerator of which is the total amount of decreases in Unpaid Balances due to Dilutions during the most recent Settlement Period, and the denominator of which is the amount of sales of the Originator generated during the Settlement Period one month prior to the most recent Settlement Period.
Dilution Ratio means, for any Collection Period, the ratio (expressed as a percentage) computed as of the last day of such Collection Period by dividing (i) an amount equal to the aggregate reductions in the Outstanding Balance of any Receivable as a result of any Dilutions during such Collection Period by (ii) the aggregate Outstanding Balance of all Receivables generated during the previous Collection Period.