In-Scope Revenue definition

In-Scope Revenue means the revenues under management by Accretive under the respective Agreement as measured using the prior 12 months revenue figures for such entity.

Examples of In-Scope Revenue in a sentence

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  • The Management and Technology Fee shall be [**]% ([**] percent) of the In-Scope Revenue of the Affiliate.

  • With regard to In-Scope Revenue, the four pro- posed categories in the legislation are: • online marketplace services revenue;• online advertising services revenue;• social media services revenue; and• user data revenue.In addition, Canada has agreed to implement Pillar Two in its legislation as of 2023 to adopt a global minimum corporate tax rate of 15% on profits for MNEs with revenues above EUR750 million.

  • Table B-1 In-Scope Revenue StreamsGovernment PayeeRevenue Stream Additional details and guidance for each of the revenue streams listed in table B-1 In-Scope Revenue Streams are included in the respective tables within section C.

Related to In-Scope Revenue

  • LTM Fee Revenue has the meaning set forth in Section 7.2.2(c).

  • own-source revenue means adjusted underlying revenue other than revenue that is not under the control of council (including government grants)

  • System Revenues means all rates, rents, fees, charges,

  • Sales Revenue means receipts from the sale, lease, or rental of goods, services, or property;

  • Operating Revenue means in any single fiscal year during the effective term of this Agreement, the total revenue generated by Party B in its daily operation of business of that year as recorded under the “Revenue of Principal Business” in the audited balance sheet prepared in accordance with the PRC accounting standards.

  • Gross Profit means gross receipts minus the amount actually expended for the payment of prize awards.

  • Project Revenue means all net rents, proceeds, revenue and other income derived by the City by virtue of any lease, sale, conveyance or other disposition of any part of the Project, plus all sums received by the City as a result of damage to or destruction or condemnation of the Project, but shall not mean any part of the Tax Revenue.

  • Operating Profit means the difference between the discounted revenues and the discounted operating costs over the economic lifetime of the investment, where this difference is positive. The operating costs include costs such as personnel costs, materials, contracted services, communications, energy, maintenance, rent, administration, but exclude depreciation charges and the costs of financing if these have been covered by investment aid. Discounting revenues and operating costs using an appropriate discount rate allows a reasonable profit to be made;

  • Disposable earnings means that part of the earnings of a judgment debtor remaining after the deduction from those earnings of any amounts required by law to be withheld.

  • Net Sales Revenue shall have the meaning as set out in Schedule "A"

  • Sublicense Revenue means any payments that (1) with respect to Alnylam, Alnylam receives from a sublicensee in consideration of a Naked Sublicense or a sublicense granted by Alnylam as permitted by Section 5.2(b), or (2) with respect to Isis, Isis receives from a sublicensee in consideration of a sublicense to further the research, development or commercialization of an Isis Single Stranded RNAi Product, in each case including, but not limited to, license fees, royalties, milestone payments, and license maintenance fees, but excluding: (i) payments made in consideration of equity or debt securities of the applicable Party at fair market value and (ii) payments specifically committed to reimburse the applicable Party for the fully-burdened cost of research and development. If a Party receives any non-cash Sublicense Revenue, such Party will pay the other Party, at the election of the Party who is entitled to receive Sublicense Revenue payment, either (x) a cash payment equal to the fair market value of the appropriate percentage of the Sublicense Revenue or (y) the in-kind portion, if practicable, of the Sublicense Revenue.

  • CAISO Revenues means the net amount resulting from (a) the credits and other payments received by Buyer, as Seller’s Scheduling Coordinator, as a result of test energy from the Project delivered by Seller during the Test Period, including revenues associated with CAISO dispatches and (b) the debits, costs, penalties and interest that are directly assigned by the CAISO to the CAISO Global Resource ID for the Project for, or attributable to, scheduling and deliveries from the Project under this Agreement, which amount may result in a negative or positive value.

  • Baseline actual emissions means the rate of emissions, in tons per year, of a regulated NSR pollutant, as deter- mined in accordance with paragraphs (b)(48)(i) through (iv) of this section.

  • Gross Revenue shall be determined on a cash basis. The Management Fee shall be paid promptly at the end of each calendar quarter and shall be calculated on the basis of the "Gross Revenue" of such preceding quarter. The Management Fee shall be paid to each U-Haul property manager herein identified based on the Gross Revenue of each respective Property for which such property manager is responsible as set forth on Exhibit A hereto. Each property manager agrees that its monthly Management Fee shall be subordinate to that month's principal balance and interest payment on any first lien position mortgage loan on the Property. It is understood and agreed that the Management Fee will not be reduced by the cost to Owner of those employees and independent contractors engaged by or for Owner, including but not limited to the categories of personnel specifically referred to in Section 2(d). Except as provided in this Section 4, it is further understood and agreed that U-Haul shall not be entitled to additional compensation of any kind in connection with the performance by it of its duties under this Agreement.

  • net non-operating income means the difference between:

  • Sublicense Revenues means all consideration, in whatever form, due from a Sublicensee to Licensee or to another Sublicensee in return for the grant of a sublicense of Licensee’s rights under Section 3.1 and Section 3.2 of this Agreement, excluding consideration in the form of: (i) royalties received by Licensee and calculated wholly as a function of sales of Licensed Products or Licensed Services, (ii) payments or reimbursement for documented sponsored research and/or development activities, valued at the actual direct cost of such activities on a fully burdened basis (including reasonable margin for overhead), (iii) payment or reimbursement of reasonable patent expenses actually incurred or paid by Licensee and not otherwise reimbursed, or payment of patent expenses required to by paid by Licensee hereunder, (iv) payments for the purchase of equity in Licensee at the fair market value of such equity on the date that the obligation to make such payment arises, (v) payments recognized as Net Sales or Sublicensee Net Sales under this Agreement for which a royalty is payable to COH (vi) capital investments (debt and/or equity) at fair market value, and (vii) amounts paid for supplies of materials or other tangible materials which are not Licensed Products or performance of services which are not Licensed Services. By way of clarification, the principal amount of any bona fide loan or other extension of credit provided to Licensee or an Affiliate of Licensee shall not be deemed to constitute “Sublicense Revenues.”

  • Property EBITDA means for any property owned by Ventas, Inc. or any of its Subsidiaries as of the date of determination, for any period of time, the net income (loss) derived from such property for such period, before deductions for (without duplication):

  • EBITA means for any period, operating profit (loss) plus (i) amortization, including goodwill impairment, (ii) amortization of non-cash distribution and marketing expense and non-cash compensation expense, (iii) restructuring charges, (iv) non-cash write-downs of assets or goodwill, (v) charges relating to disposal of lines of business, (vi) litigation settlement amounts and (vii) costs incurred for proposed and completed acquisitions.

  • Gross Profits means the gross profits calculated under section 4;

  • Cumulative EBITDA means, as of any date of determination, EBITDA of the Company from the Existing Notes Issue Date to the end of the Company’s most recently ended full fiscal quarter prior to such date, taken as a single accounting period.

  • Target EBITDA means, for any fiscal year of Bargain Holdings, such amounts as shall be determined by the Compensation Committee of the Board, or, if no such committee exists, the Board (in each case, with the CCMP Consent); provided, that the Maximum EBITDA Threshold shall in no event be more than 15% higher than the Target EBITDA and the Minimum EBITDA Threshold shall in no event be more than 15% lower than the Target EBITDA; provided, further, that after setting the Maximum EBITDA Threshold, Minimum EBITDA Threshold and Target EBITDA for any fiscal year, the Compensation Committee of the Board, or, if no such committee exists, the Board (in each case, with the CCMP Consent) may subsequently adjust such amounts in the event of any acquisition, disposition or other material transaction or event with respect to the Company Group with a view to maintaining the incentive nature of the Bonus.

  • Deferred Revenue is all amounts received or invoiced in advance of performance under contracts and not yet recognized as revenue.

  • Net Revenue means an entity’s total revenue less its operating expenses, interest paid, depreciation, and taxes. “Net Revenue” is synonymous with “Profit.”

  • Operating Revenues means, without duplication, all revenues and receipts of the Borrowers from operation of the Properties or otherwise arising in respect of the Properties which are properly allocable to the Properties for the applicable period in accordance with GAAP, including, without limitation, all hotel receipts, revenues and credit card receipts collected from guest rooms, restaurants and bars (including without limitation, service charges for employees and staff), mini-bars, meeting rooms, banquet rooms, apartments, parking and recreational facilities, health club membership fees, food and beverage wholesale and retail sales, service charges, convention services, special events, audio-visual services, boat cruises, travel agency fees, internet booking fees, telephone charges, laundry services, vending machines and otherwise, all rents, revenues and receipts now existing or hereafter arising or created out of the sale, lease, sublease, license, concession or other grant of the right of the possession, use or occupancy of all or any portion of the Properties or personalty located thereon, or rendering of service by any of the Borrowers or any operator or manager of the hotel or commercial space (including, without limitation, from the rental of any office space, retail space, guest rooms or other space, halls, stores and deposits securing reservations of such space (only to the extent such deposits are not required to be returned or refunded to the depositor)), proceeds from rental or business interruption insurance relating to business interruption or loss of income for the period in question and any other items of revenue which would be included in operating revenues under the Uniform System; but excluding proceeds from the sale of FF&E, abatements, reductions or refunds of real estate or personal property taxes relating to the Properties, dividends on insurance policies relating to the Properties, condemnation proceeds arising from a temporary taking of all or a part of any Properties, security and other deposits until they are forfeited by the depositor, advance rentals until they are earned, proceeds from a sale, financing or other disposition of the Properties or any part thereof or interest therein and other non-recurring revenues as determined by Lender, insurance proceeds (other than proceeds from rental or business interruption insurance), other condemnation proceeds, capital contributions or loans to any of the Borrowers, disbursements to any of the Borrowers from the Reserves, sales, use and occupancy taxes collected from customers or patrons of the Properties to be remitted to the applicable taxing authorities, and gratuities or service charges collected on behalf of and remitted to employees or contractors of the Properties.

  • Gross Rooms Revenue means all revenues derived from the sale or rental of Guest Rooms (both transient and permanent) of the Hotel, including revenue derived from the redemption of points or rewards under the loyalty programs in which the Hotel participates, amounts attributable to breakfast (where the guest room rate includes breakfast), Mandatory Guest Fees, late cancellation fees, and guaranteed no- show revenue and credit transactions, whether or not collected, at the actual rates charged, less allowances for any Guest Room rebates and overcharges, and will not include taxes collected directly from patrons or guests. Group booking rebates, if any, paid by you or on your behalf to third-party groups for group stays must be included in, and not deducted from, the calculation of Gross Rooms Revenue.

  • Core Earnings means the net income (loss), computed in accordance with GAAP, excluding (i) non-cash equity compensation expense, (ii) the Incentive Compensation, (iii) acquisition fees, (iv) financing fees, (v) depreciation and amortization, (vi) any unrealized gains or losses or other non-cash items that are included in net income for the applicable reporting period, regardless of whether such items are included in other comprehensive income or loss, or in net income, and (vii) one-time events pursuant to changes in GAAP and certain non-cash charges, in each case after discussions between the Manager and the Independent Directors and approved by a majority of the Independent Directors.