Equity Ratio means the ratio of Equity to Total Assets.

Equity Ratio means Equity to Total Assets.

Equity Ratio of any member means the ratio determined by dividing such member’s equities and margins at the end of the last completed calendar year by such member’s total assets and other debits at such date, in each case computed in accordance with the Uniform System of Accounts prescribed by RUS, or if such member does not prepare its financial statements in accordance with the Uniform System of Accounts prescribed by RUS, then in accordance with U.S. generally accepted accounting principles (“GAAP”). (Section 1.01)

## Examples of *Equity Ratio* in a sentence

Beginning on June 30th, 2024, and on the last day of each fiscal quarter thereafter (each, a “Measurement Date”) thereafter, Guarantor shall have a Net Debt to

**Equity Ratio**of no more than 3.50:1.00.

## More Definitions of *Equity Ratio*

Equity Ratio means, at any time, the equity of the Group as a percentage of the aggregate value of the Total Assets (in each case calculated in accordance with the Accounting Principles and in line with the principles for the audited financial statements).

Equity Ratio means Equity divided by Total Assets.

Equity Ratio means, at any time, the Total Equity of the Group as a percentage of the aggregate value of the Total Assets (in each case calculated in accordance with the Accounting Principles).

Equity Ratio means the ratio of Book Equity to Total Assets calculated in accordance with the Accounting Principles as applicable from time to time.

Equity Ratio means the ratio of: