Financial Gain definition

Financial Gain means any revenue or credit received which exceeds the incremental costs of supplying or making available to a recipient any copy of any Supplied Data. Financial Gain does not include any receipts from Statutory Charges.
Financial Gain means the receipt of money or other valuable consideration in exchange for the item being transferred. Specifies that “financial gain” does not include reasonable fees for counseling, spiritual guidance, or related services that are provided in conjunction with facilitated or supported use of a controlled substance described in this section under the guidance and supervision, and on the premises, of the person providing those services.
Financial Gain or ‘financial interest’ means anything that has monetary value, including but not limited to:

Examples of Financial Gain in a sentence

  • If the Participant engages in Wrongful Conduct or if the Participant’s employment is terminated for Cause, the Participant shall pay to the Company in cash any Performance-Based Financial Gain the Participant realized from the lapse of the Restriction Period applicable to all or a portion of the Performance Stock Units having a Vesting Date within the Wrongful Conduct Period.

  • If the Participant engages in Wrongful Conduct or if the Participant’s employment is terminated for Cause, the Participant shall pay to the Company in cash any Restriction-Based Financial Gain the Participant realized from the lapse of the Restriction Period applicable to all or a portion of the Restricted Stock Units with respect to which the Restriction Period lapsed within the Wrongful Conduct Period.

  • If the Participant engages in Wrongful Conduct or if the Participant’s employment is terminated for Cause, the Participant shall pay to the Company in cash any Option/SAR Financial Gain the Participant realized from exercising all or a portion of the Options within the Wrongful Conduct Period.

  • If the Participant engages in Wrongful Conduct during the Covered Period or if the Participant’s employment is terminated for Cause, the Participant shall pay to the Company in cash any Restriction-Based Financial Gain the Participant realized from the vesting of any Restricted Stock Units having a Vesting Date within the Wrongful Conduct Period.

  • If the Participant engages in Wrongful Conduct during the Covered Period or if the Participant’s employment is terminated for Cause, the Participant shall pay to the Company in cash any Performance-Based Financial Gain the Participant realized from the vesting of any Performance Stock Units having a Vesting Date within the Wrongful Conduct Period.


More Definitions of Financial Gain

Financial Gain means standard interest and any other amount receivable under a financial instrument; and
Financial Gain shall have the meaning set forth in Section 4(c) hereof.
Financial Gain with respect to any specified period of time shall mean the sum of all (i) Retention Option Gains realized by the Executive during such period and (ii) Retention RSU Gains realized by the Executive during such period.
Financial Gain means an amount equal to the sum of: (1) the gross (pre-tax) gains resulting from any exercise of D&B stock options and SARs, as of the date of exercise; (2) the gross (pre-tax) value of any performance share awards or other equity-based awards issued to me, as of the date of issuance, (3) the gross (pre-tax) value of any shares of D&B stock (or restricted stock units) whose restrictions have lapsed, as of the time said restrictions have lapsed; and (4) the gross (pre-tax) value of any cash.
Financial Gain means the receipt of money or other
Financial Gain means that there is some financial benefit to the person or company for supplying the fuel. This may be in the form of monetary payment but also includes the provision of goods or a service in return. It is not intended to mean simply that it is cheaper to use biodiesel than fossil diesel.
Financial Gain means any remuneration that is a rebate,