Fixing Date definition

Fixing Date means the Business Day prior to the Launch Date.
Fixing Date means: (i) in relation to a Discontinued Rate and a Reset Date for an Affected Covered Transaction between the Parties, the date on which a Discontinued Rate is to be set for that Reset Date, as per the terms of the relevant Confirmation therefor, or (ii) in relation to a Discontinued Rate and an Affected Covered Transaction under limb (i)(B) of the definition thereof between the Parties, the date on which that Discontinued Rate is to be determined, as per the terms of the relevant Confirmation therefor, or (iii) in relation to a Discontinued Rate and an Affected Covered Transaction under limb (ii) of the definition thereof between the Parties, the date on which that Discontinued Rate is to be determined, as per the terms of the relevant Credit Support Document.
Fixing Date means the AUD-BBSW Fixing Date, CAD-LIBOR Fixing Date, CHF-LIBOR Fixing Date, EURIBOR Fixing Date, GBP-LIBOR Fixing Date, HIBOR Fixing Date, JIBAR Fixing Date, JPY-LIBOR Fixing Date, NIBOR Fixing Date, PRIBOR Fixing Date, SOR Fixing Date, STIBOR Fixing Date, USD-LIBOR Fixing Date, WIBOR Fixing Date or any other fixing date specified in the relevant Final Terms.

Examples of Fixing Date in a sentence

  • In the case of abbreviation or extension of the Subscription Period the Fixing Date may be changed accordingly.

  • Interest shall accrue on each Disbursed Amount outstanding from time to time at a rate based on a floating rate index prior to its Rate Fixing Date and at a fixed rate from its Rate Fixing Date, as described in paragraph 2 of this Part B.

  • If a Barrier Event has occurred but all Underlyings close above their Initial Fixing Level at the Final Fixing Date, the Investor will still receive on the Redemption Date a Cash Settlement which equals the Denomination.

  • The Loss Threshold will be fixed at the Fixing Time on the Fixing Date.* M.Manager: The Manager means UBS Limited, 1 Finsbury Avenue, London EC2M 2PP, United Kingdom.

  • If this day is not an Underlying Calculation Date in relation to the Underlying, the immediately succeeding Underlying Calculation Date is deemed to be the Fixing Date in relation to the Underlying.


More Definitions of Fixing Date

Fixing Date means, in respect of a SIP, the date on which DBS determines the relevant amounts, prices, values or rates as specified in the relevant Confirmation and, in respect of a Currency Linked Investment, the Maturity Date, unless a different date is stated in the Term Sheet and the Confirmation;
Fixing Date means, in respect of a SIP, the date on which the Bank determines the relevant amounts, prices, values or rates as specified in the relevant Confirmation; and, in respect of a CLI, the date on which the Bank determines the relevant amounts, prices, values or rates as specified in the relevant Important Facts Statement.
Fixing Date means [the Strike Date,] the Observation Dates and/or the Valuation Date. If on a Fixing Date the Reference Price of one of the Relevant Futures Contracts is not determined and published or on the Valuation Date a Market Disruption Event occurs with respect to a Relevant Futures Contract, the relevant Fixing Date for the Relevant Futures Contract only shall be postponed to the next following Business Day on which the Reference Price of the Relevant Futures Contract is determined and published again and on which a Market Disruption Event does not occur. If, according to the before-mentioned, a Fixing Date with respect to a Relevant Futures Contract is postponed for [five][ten][●] consecutive Business Days, and if also on such day the Reference Price of the Relevant Futures Contract is not determined and published or a Market Disruption Event occurs on such day, then this day shall be deemed to be the Fixing Date for the Relevant Futures Contract (notwithstanding the fact that a Reference Price is not determined and published or the occurrence of a Market Disruption Event) and the Issuer shall estimate the Reference Price of the Relevant Futures Contract in its reasonable discretion (§ 315 German Civil Code (BGB)), and in consideration of the prevailing market conditions on such day and make a notification thereof in accordance with § 9.
Fixing Date means 9 September 2010.
Fixing Date means, in respect of a Coupon Calculation Period, the day that is two US Government Securities Business Days before the first day of such Coupon Calculation Period.
Fixing Date means the 21 June 2010, provided that if that day is not a Fund Business Day, the Fixing Date will be the next following day that is a Fund Business Day.