LEI definition

LEI means Legal Entity Identifier, a 20-digit, alpha-numeric code based on the ISO 17442 standard assigned to clearly and uniquely identify a legal entity (e.g. companies, charities and trusts) participating in financial transactions;

Examples of LEI in a sentence

  • Neither CHPEI nor LEI can predict at this time the extent to which electricity exported from Canada over the CHPEI line will come from sources which meet the present requirements of the PSC’s RPS program.

  • LEI is working to compile the price data at the granular basis requested and will provide on or about October 4, 2010 10.

  • CHPEI has requested LEI to produce the requested materials and explanation, which are expected to be available on or before Monday, October 4, 2010.

  • Please provide the forecast prices in the LEI Report for each of the external interfaces for each year for the Basecase and the case with CHPE.

  • This is an errata for a statement on page 71 and Figure 71 of the LEI report.Transport adder (UPNY)5.10%Transport adder (C-LHV)8.70%Transport adder (NYC and LI)16.53%Local LDC charge ($/MMBtu)$0.10 nominal $/MMBtu The last step involves projecting monthly local gas hub prices.

More Definitions of LEI

LEI has the meaning set forth in Section 5.8(f).
LEI means an unique code issued for legal entity identification (Legal Entity Identifier). Where this document uses the abbreviation of “LEI“, it shall be used for Pre-LEI code accordingly.
LEI means the lawful currency of the Borrower;
LEI means a validated and issued legal entity identifier, the length and construction of which are compliant with the ISO 17442 standard and which is included in the Global LEI database maintained by the Central Operating Unit appointed by The Legal Entity Identifier Regulatory Oversight Committee.