Financial Contracts definition

Financial Contracts means any arrangement that:
Financial Contracts means option contracts, options on futures contracts, futures contracts, forward contracts, options on foreign currencies, foreign currency contracts, repurchase agreements, reverse repurchase agreements, mortgage rolls, credit-linked notes, indexed securities, collateralized debt obligations, firm and standby commitment agreements, securities lending agreements, when-issued contracts and securities, swap, swaption, floor, cap, or collar agreements, other similar arrangements and other obligations that would be, but for the segregation of assets thereof, Senior Securities.
Financial Contracts means contracts and agreements as set out in point 100 of Article 2(1) of Directive 2014/59/EU;

Examples of Financial Contracts in a sentence

  • The price at which the Assuming Institution sells or disposes of Qualified Financial Contracts will be deemed to be the fair market value of such contracts, if such sale or disposition occurs at prevailing market rates within a predefined timetable as agreed upon by the Assuming Institution and the Receiver.

  • The price at which the Assuming Bank sells or disposes of Qualified Financial Contracts will be deemed to be the fair market value of such contracts, if such sale or disposition occurs at prevailing market rates within a predefined timetable as agreed upon by the Assuming Bank and the Receiver.

  • Qualified Financial Contracts shall be purchased at market value determined in accordance with the terms of Exhibit 3.2(c).

  • If the payer’s account is wrongfully charged after direct debiting, the payer’s right to repayment of the charged amount will be governed by the account agreement and the Norwegian Financial Contracts Act.

  • If the payer's account is wrongfully charged after direct debiting, the payer's right to repayment of the charged amount will be governed by the account agreement and the Norwegian Financial Contracts Act.


More Definitions of Financial Contracts

Financial Contracts means option contracts, options on futures contracts, futures contracts, forward contracts, options on foreign currencies, repurchase agreements, reverse repurchase agreements, securities lending agreements, when-issued securities, swap, cap, or collar agreements, and other similar arrangements.
Financial Contracts means financial contracts as defined in Article 1(1), point (100), of Directive 2014/59/EU;
Financial Contracts means contracts and agreements as defined in point 100 of Article 2(1) of Directive 2014/59/EU;
Financial Contracts means one or more contracts consisting of one or more or a combination of the following:
Financial Contracts means option contracts, options on futures contracts, futures contracts, forward contracts, options on foreign currencies, repurchase agreements, reverse repurchase agreements, securities lending agreements, when-issued securities, swap, cap, or collar agreements and other similar agreements.
Financial Contracts means (a) any rate, basis, commodity, currency, debt, equity or other swap or swaption, (b) any put, cap, collar or floor agreement, (c) any rate, basis, commodity, currency, debt, equity or other futures or forward agreement, (d) any rate, basis, commodity, currency, debt, equity or other option, (e) any derivative, (f) any financial instrument whose value is derived from the value of something else, (g) any contract under which the parties agree to payments between or among them based upon the value of an underlying asset or other data at a particular point or points in time, (h) any “swap agreement” within the meaning of Section 101(53B) of the Bankruptcy Code of the United States, (i) any foreign currency contract, repurchase agreement, reverse repurchase agreement, dollar roll, credit-linked note, indexed security, collateralized debt obligation, firm or standby commitment agreement, securities lending agreement, or when-issued contract, and (j) any other similar arrangement.
Financial Contracts means any arrangement that (a) takes the form of an individually negotiated contract, agreement, or option to buy, sell, lend, swap, or repurchase, or other similar individually negotiated transaction commonly entered into by participants in the financial markets; (b) is in respect of securities, commodities, currencies, interest or other rates, other measures of value, or any other financial or economic interest similar in purpose or function to any of the foregoing; and (c) is entered into in response to a request from a counterparty for a quotation, or is otherwise entered into and structured to accommodate the objectives of the counterparty to such arrangement;