financial benefit means a benefit, direct or indirect, which is either money or has a monetary value.
financial benefit means a reduction in the cost of finance, including interest, finance charges, costs, fees and discounts on a redemption amount;
Examples of financial benefit in a sentence
Subject to Statutes 15.2 and 16, no Governor or Connected Person may receive any Financial Benefit from the Corporation.
More Definitions of financial benefit
financial benefit means any reduction in the cost of finance, including interest, finance charges, costs, fees, and discounts in the redemption amount;
financial benefit means any pecuniary or material benefit including but not limited to any money, stock, security, service, license, permit, contract, authorization, loan, travel, entertainment, discount not available to the general public, real or personal property, or anything of value.
financial benefit means monetary, material or any other direct or indirect financial benefit received or perceived to be received, by an individual beyond benefits, normally provided to the Band or Band members as a whole.
financial benefit means benefit from any form of money, property, commercial interests or anything else the primary significance of which is economic gain.
financial benefit means the level of reduction of the interest rate (through a reduced Final Recipient Transaction’s risk spread) that the Intermediary charges to Final Recipients that are SMEs or Small Mid-Caps under the relevant Final Recipient Transactions, as further specified in the Specific Terms. For the avoidance of doubt, this definition does not apply to Final Recipient Transactions entered into with Final Recipients that are Large Mid-Caps.”