Leverage Factor means the leverage factor in respect of a Series of ETP Securities as specified in the relevant Final Terms.

Leverage Factor. A Multiplier of greater than one by which an applicable Index is multiplied.

Leverage Factor means the Leverage Factor as specified in § 2 of the Product and Underlying Data.

## Examples of *Leverage Factor* in a sentence

The Issuer will use the proceeds of issuance to fund the related Margin Accounts as may be required to maintain positions in the Reference Assets in order to replicate (to the degree practicable) the return of the Index or to pursue the Investment Strategy referenced by the Series taking into account the applicable

**Leverage Factor**.

## More Definitions of *Leverage Factor*

Leverage Factor means a factor of -1, -2 , +2, -3, +3, -5 or +5 which is applied to the

Leverage Factor. A Multiplier of greater than one by which an applicable Index is multiplied. LIBOR: The rate determined by the Calculation Agent in accordance with Section 2.07(i)(H).

Leverage Factor means the Leverage Factor as specified in § 2 of the Product and Underlying Data. "Management Fee" means the Management Fee as specified in § 1 of the Product and Underlying Data.

Leverage Factor means, with respect to an EVA Business Unit for a fiscal year, the negative (positive) deviation from Target EVA necessary before a zero (two times) Target Incentive is earned as determined by the Committee from time to time.

Leverage Factor means -1 in respect of Short Commodity Securities of any class and+2 in respect of Leveraged Commodity Securities of any class

Leverage Factor means the percentage specified in the applicable pricing supplement. “market disruption event” means,

Leverage Factor means the ratio of earned premiums to the average of year- beginning and year-end surplus.