Impacted Lender definition

Impacted Lender means any Lender as to which (a) L/C Issuer has a good faith belief that the Lender has defaulted in fulfilling its obligations under one or more other syndicated credit facilities or (b) an entity that controls the Lender has been deemed insolvent or become subject to a bankruptcy or other similar proceeding.
Impacted Lender means any Lender that fails to provide Agent, within three (3) Business Days following Agent’s written request, satisfactory assurance that such Lender will not become a Non-Funding Lender, or any Lender that has a Person that directly or indirectly controls such Lender and such Person (a) becomes subject to a voluntary or involuntary case under the Bankruptcy Code or any similar bankruptcy laws, (b) has appointed a custodian, conservator, receiver or similar official for such Person or any substantial part of such Person’s assets, or (c) makes a general assignment for the benefit of creditors, is liquidated, or is otherwise adjudicated as, or determined by any Governmental Authority having regulatory authority over such Person or its assets to be, insolvent or bankrupt, and for each of clauses (a) through (c), Agent has determined that such Lender is reasonably likely to become a Non-Funding Lender. For purposes of this definition, control of a Person shall have the same meaning as in the second sentence of the definition of Affiliate.
Impacted Lender means any Lender that fails to provide Agent, within three (3) Business Days following Agent’s written request, satisfactory assurance that such Lender will not become a Non-Funding Lender.

Examples of Impacted Lender in a sentence

  • Notwithstanding the foregoing, with respect to a Lender that is a Non-Funding Lender or an Impacted Lender, Agent may, but shall not be obligated to, obtain a Replacement Lender and execute an Assignment on behalf of such Non-Funding Lender or Impacted Lender at any time with three (3) Business Days’ prior notice to such Lender (unless notice is not practicable under the circumstances) and cause such Lender’s Loans and Commitments to be sold and assigned, in whole or in part, at par.

  • Agent’s refusal to accept a Sale to a Credit Party, an Affiliate of a Credit Party, a holder of Subordinated Indebtedness or an Affiliate of such a holder, or to a Person that would be a Non-Funding Lender or an Impacted Lender, or the imposition of conditions or limitations (including limitations on voting) upon Sales to such Persons, shall not be deemed to be unreasonable.

  • If a Non-Funding Lender or Impacted Lender receives any such payment as described in this Section 10.7, such Lender shall turn over such payments to Agent in an amount that would satisfy the cash collateral requirements set forth in Section 10.8(a).

  • Agent’s refusal to accept a Sale to a Person that would be a Non-Funding Lender or an Impacted Lender, or the imposition of conditions or limitations (including limitations on voting) upon Sales to such Persons, shall not be deemed to be unreasonable.

  • It is understood and agreed that, notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained above, the Swingline Lender shall have no obligation to make Swingline Loans if any Revolving Lender is at such time an Impacted Lender, unless the Swingline Lender has entered into reasonably satisfactory arrangements with the Borrower or such Revolving Lender to eliminate the Swingline Lender’s risk with respect to such Revolving Lender.


More Definitions of Impacted Lender

Impacted Lender means any Lender that fails to promptly provide any Borrower or Agent, upon such Person’s reasonable request, reasonably satisfactory evidence that such Lender will not become a Non-Funding Lender.
Impacted Lender means, subject to Section 2.21(b) any Lender that, as determined by the Administrative Agent (with notice to the Company of such determination), has, or has a direct or indirect parent company that has, (a) become the subject of a proceeding under any Debtor Relief Law or (b) had appointed for it a receiver, custodian, conservator, trustee, administrator, assignee for the benefit of creditors or similar Person charged with reorganization or liquidation of its business or assets, including the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation or any other state or federal or foreign regulatory authority acting in such a capacity; provided that a Lender shall not be an Impacted Lender solely by virtue of the ownership or acquisition of any equity interest in that Lender or any direct or indirect parent company thereof by a Governmental Authority.
Impacted Lender means (a) a Defaulting Lender or (b) a Lender as to which (i) the L/C Issuer has a good faith belief that such Lender has defaulted in fulfilling its obligations under one or more syndicated credit facilities or (ii) an entity that Controls such Lender has been deemed insolvent or becomes subject to any Debtor Relief Laws.
Impacted Lender means any Lender that (a) the Agent or the Issuing Banks believe in good faith has defaulted in fulfilling its obligations under one or more other syndicated credit facilities, or (b) that is Controlled by a Person that has been determined by a court of competent jurisdiction or regulator to be insolvent, is unable to meet its obligations or pay its debts as they generally become due or is the subject of a bankruptcy or insolvency proceeding.
Impacted Lender means a Lender as to which (a) the Administrative Agent, Swing Line Lender or L/C Issuer reasonably believes, in good faith, that such Lender has defaulted in fulfilling its obligations under one or more other syndicated credit facilities, or (b) any Lender or Person that controls such Lender has been deemed insolvent or become the subject of a bankruptcy or insolvency proceeding or other similar proceeding.
Impacted Lender means any Lender that fails promptly to provide Agent, upon Agent’s request, satisfactory assurance that such Lender will not become a Non-Funding Lender.
Impacted Lender means any Lender as to which the Administrative Agent, an LC Issuer or the Swing Line Lender has a reasonable belief in good faith that such Lender has defaulted in fulfilling its obligations (as a lender, letter of credit issuer or issuer of bank guarantees and including, but not limited to, funding or paying when due loan requests, swingline participations, letter of credit participations, pro rata sharing obligations and expense and indemnification obligations) under one or more other syndicated credit facilities, unless such potential default by such Lender is the subject of a good faith dispute.