Interest Reset Period definition

Interest Reset Period. The period beginning on the applicable Reset Date and ending on the calendar day preceding the next Reset Date.
Interest Reset Period means, with respect to any Payment Date, the period from and including the prior Payment Date (or, with respect to the first Payment Date, from and including the Closing Date) to but excluding such Payment Date.
Interest Reset Period. (or “Interest Period”) means the period from and including an Interest Reset Date to but excluding the immediately succeeding Interest Reset Date; provided that the final Interest Reset Period for the Notes will be the period from and including the Interest Reset Date immediately preceding the maturity date of the Notes to but excluding the maturity date.

Examples of Interest Reset Period in a sentence

  • If the brokers selected by the Calculation Agent are not quoting as set forth above, the Federal Funds Rate for that Interest Determination Date will remain the Federal Funds Rate for the immediately preceding Interest Reset Period, or, if there was no Interest Reset Period, the rate of interest payable will be the Initial Interest Rate.

  • This period is the "Interest Reset Period" and the first day of each Interest Reset Period is the "Interest Reset Date".

  • If fewer than three Reference Dealers selected by the Calculation Agent are quoting as described above, the CMT Rate for that Interest Determination Date will remain the CMT Rate for the immediately preceding Interest Reset Period, or, if there was no Interest Reset Period, the rate of interest payable will be the Initial Interest Rate.

  • If the banks selected by the Calculation Agent are not quoting as set forth above, the Prime Rate for that Interest Determination Date will remain the Prime Rate for the immediately preceding Interest Reset Period, or, if there was no Interest Reset Period, the rate of interest payable will be the Initial Interest Rate.

  • If the banks selected by the Calculation Agent are not quoting as set forth above, EURIBOR for that Interest Determination Date will remain EURIBOR for the immediately preceding Interest Reset Period, or, if there was no Interest Reset Period, the rate of interest payable will be the Initial Interest Rate.


More Definitions of Interest Reset Period

Interest Reset Period. Not Applicable Rating: Class A Units: A1 by Moody's A- by S&P Class B Units: A1 by Moody's A- by S&P Rating Agencies: Moody's and S&P Scheduled Final Distribution Date: February 15, 2034. The Units will have the same final maturity as the Underlying Securities.
Interest Reset Period means for:
Interest Reset Period means the period from and including the Initial Interest Reset Date to, but not including, the next following Interest Reset Date and thereafter each period from and including each Interest Reset Date to, but not including, the next following Interest Reset Date.
Interest Reset Period means each period from and including a Floating Rate Notes Interest Payment Date (or, in the case of the first such period, the issue date of the floating rate notes) to but excluding the next succeeding Floating Rate Notes Interest Payment Date.
Interest Reset Period means each period from and including an Interest Payment Date (or, in the case of the first such period, the issue date of the floating rate notes) to but excluding the next succeeding Interest Payment Date.
Interest Reset Period means each period during the floating period commencing on and including an Interest Payment Date and ending on but excluding the next succeeding Interest Payment Date. The first Interest Reset Period shall commence on and include August 14, 2020.
Interest Reset Period means, with respect to each Loan, the period from and including the date of the Borrowing of such Loan to but excluding the Interest Reset Date immediately following the date of such Borrowing and each succeeding period from and including an Interest Reset Date to but excluding the immediately following Interest Reset Date.