Excess Concentration definition

Excess Concentration means the sum of the following amounts, without duplication:
Excess Concentration means the sum of the amounts by which the Outstanding Balance of Eligible Receivables of each Obligor then in the Receivables Pool exceeds an amount equal to: (a) the Concentration Percentage for such Obligor multiplied by (b) the Outstanding Balance of all Eligible Receivables then in the Receivables Pool.
Excess Concentration means, for any day, the sum of, without duplication, (i) the sum of the amounts by which the aggregate Outstanding Balance of all Eligible Receivables then in the Receivables Pool of each Obligor exceeds an amount equal to (a) the applicable Concentration Percentage for such Obligor multiplied by (b) the aggregate Outstanding Balance of all Eligible Receivables then in the Receivables Pool, plus (ii) the amount by which the aggregate Outstanding Balance of all Eligible Receivables then in the Receivables Pool the Obligor of which is a United States Federal Governmental Authority exceeds an amount equal to (a) 6.0% multiplied by (b) the aggregate Outstanding Balance of all Eligible Receivables then in the Receivables Pool, plus (iii) the amount by which the aggregate Outstanding Balance of all Eligible Receivables then in the Receivables Pool that have a Payment Due Date which is more than 90 days but less than 126 days after the original invoice date of such Receivable exceeds an amount equal to (a) 9.0% multiplied by (b) the aggregate Outstanding Balance of all Eligible Receivables then in the Receivables Pool, plus (iv) the amount by which the aggregate Outstanding Balance of all Eligible Receivables then in the Receivables Pool that have been earned for less than 41 days but have not been invoiced to the Obligor thereof exceeds an amount equal to (a) 2.0% multiplied by (b) the aggregate Outstanding Balance of all Eligible Receivables then in the Receivables Pool.

Examples of Excess Concentration in a sentence

  • Briefly describe your company, your products and services, history, ownership, financial information, and other information you deem relevant.

  • The Borrower shall have legal, equitable and beneficial interest in the Excess Concentration Loan Account in accordance with this Agreement.

  • Upon any change in the Principal Balance of any Excess Concentration Loan, including, without limitation, as a result of any purchase or sale of an Excess Concentration Loan, the Borrower shall provide the Collateral Agent and the Facility Agent with an updated list of each Excess Concentration Loan and the Principal Balance thereof.

  • The Borrower may direct the Collateral Agent in writing to sell any Excess Concentration Loan at any time during or after the Reinvestment Period and shall specify in writing to the Collateral Agent and the Facility Agent the amount of proceeds of any such sale.

  • The Purchase of such Series 2002-1 Loan occurring on such Closing Date or Addition Date, as applicable, and the inclusion of such Series 2002-1 Loan as a Series 2002-1 Pledged Loan pursuant to the Series 2002-1 Supplement to the Indenture and Servicing Agreement, does not cause an increase in the Excess Concentration Amount.


More Definitions of Excess Concentration

Excess Concentration means, the sum, without duplication, of:
Excess Concentration. Required Reserves,” “Net Portfolio Balance” “Servicing Fee Rate” or “RPA Deferred Purchase Price” or (H) amend or modify any defined term (or any defined term used directly or indirectly in such defined term) used in clauses (A) through (G) above in a manner that would circumvent the intention of the restrictions set forth in such clauses; or
Excess Concentration means, at any time, the sum of the following (without duplication):
Excess Concentration means, as of any date of determination, the sum of the following amounts, without duplication:
Excess Concentration means the sum of the following, without duplication:
Excess Concentration means the sum, without duplication, of the following amounts:
Excess Concentration means for each Concentration Limitation, as of any Business Day, the sum of the portion (without duplication) of the Adjusted Collateral Value of each Portfolio Asset that causes such Concentration Limitation to be exceeded; provided that, if more than one of the limitations set forth in the definition of Concentration Limitations is exceeded with respect to one Portfolio Asset, “Excess Concentration” with respect to that Portfolio Asset shall mean the largest portion (without duplication) of the Adjusted Collateral Value of such Portfolio Asset that causes any one of such Concentration Limitations to be exceeded.