Index Debt Rating definition

Index Debt Rating means the S&P Rating, the Xxxxx’x Rating and the Fitch Rating.
Index Debt Rating means, as of any date, the rating that has been most recently announced by S&P and Moody’s for the Index Debt of the Company. For purposes of the foregoing, (a) if only one of S&P and Moody’s shall have in effect an Index Debt Rating, the Applicable Rate shall be determined by reference to the available rating; (b) if the Index Debt Ratings established by S&P and Moody’s shall fall within different levels, the Applicable Rate shall be based upon the higher rating, except that if the difference is two or more levels, the Applicable Rate shall be based on the rating that is one level below the higher rating; (c) if any Index Debt Rating established by S&P or Moody’s shall be changed, such change shall be effective as of the date on which such change is first announced publicly by the rating agency making such change; (d) if S&P or Moody’s shall change the basis on which ratings are established, each reference to the rating for the Index Debt announced by S&P or Moody’s, as the case may be, shall refer to the then equivalent rating by S&P or Moody’s, as the case may be; and (e) if neither S&P nor Moody’s shall have in effect an Index Debt Rating, the Applicable Rate shall be set in accordance with the lowest level rating and highest percentage rate set forth in the table in the definition of “Applicable Rate”.
Index Debt Rating means, as of any date, the credit rating provided by Xxxxx’x, S&P or Fitch, as applicable, for senior, unsecured, long-term Indebtedness of the Company.

Examples of Index Debt Rating in a sentence

  • The Company shall use commercially reasonable efforts to maintain an Index Debt Rating, to the extent available, from each of S&P, Xxxxx’x and Fitch (it being understood that Xxxxx’x does not provide Index Debt Ratings for investment grade companies); provided, that the Company shall not be required to obtain or maintain, as applicable, a specific Index Debt Rating.

  • The Company shall use commercially reasonable efforts to maintain an Index Debt Rating, to the extent available, from each of S&P, Moody’s and Fitch (it being understood that Moody’s does not provide Index Debt Ratings for investment grade companies); provided, that the Company shall not be required to obtain or maintain, as applicable, a specific Index Debt Rating.

  • Promptly after Mxxxx’x or S&P shall have announced a change in the Index Debt Rating, a notice of such change describing the same in detail.

  • The Company will use commercially reasonable efforts to cause its Index Debt Rating with S&P and Xxxxx’x to be in effect at all times through the Stated Maturity Date.

  • If, at any time, a rating of the Borrower’s Index Debt (or Guarantor Debt, if applicable) is available from only two of S&P, Xxxxx’x and Fitch, then the Facility Fee and the Applicable Margin shall be based on the Index Debt Rating available from such two rating agencies.


More Definitions of Index Debt Rating

Index Debt Rating means, as of any date of determination, the rating as determined by S&P or Moody’s of the Index Debt.
Index Debt Rating means, for Moody’s, S&P or Fitch, its rating for senior, unsecured, long-term indebtedness for borrowed money of the Borrower that is not guaranteed by any other Person (other than the Subsidiary Guarantor) or subject to any other credit enhancement or, if no such rating is available, (x) its public corporate family rating of the Borrower (in the case of Moody’s), (y) its public corporate rating of the Borrower (in the case of S&P) or (z) its corporate or other equivalent rating of the Borrower (in the case of Fitch).
Index Debt Rating means, as of any date of determination, the rating of the Company’s Index Debt, as given by the Rating Agencies in their regular rating reports.
Index Debt Rating means the rating applicable to the Borrower's senior, unsecured, non-credit-enhanced long term indebtedness for borrowed money ("Index Debt") or the implied rating established by Moody's, S&P or ARA as if the Borrower had outstanding Index Debt.