Line of Business definition

Line of Business means any of the following services provided by the Contractor: Residential
Line of Business as defined in Section 7.15.

Examples of Line of Business in a sentence

  • Line of Business This field indicates the line of business the policy falls under.

  • The HSAM is issued pursuant to the DHS Delegation Number 0702, Delegation to the Senior Procurement Executive and MD Number 0003, Acquisition Line of Business Integration and Management or successor directive.

  • This includes but is not limited to versions of this Policy, record of employee violations and actions taken, holdings and transaction reports required by this Policy, list of monitored employees and their classifications, and lists of securities appropriate for restriction as reported by a Line of Business and/or Corporate Function.

  • The Contractor shall ensure a valid Alaska Business License with the appropriate Line of Business and business activity code is in effect at all times during the terms and any renewed periods of this maintenance contract for himself and any subcontractors.

  • The Borrower shall not, and shall not permit any of its Subsidiaries to, engage in any business other than the Eligible Line of Business.


More Definitions of Line of Business

Line of Business means investment in commercial properties and/or the development, operation, or management of such properties.
Line of Business means the business of providing architectural, technical, engineering, program management, construction, construction management, project development and related services.
Line of Business refers to a type of insurance product or policy or benefit program. Lines of business are defined in detail in Section I of the Attachment.
Line of Business means a business unit of the Firm (or one or more business units designated below under the definitionLine of Business Financial Threshold” of the Corporate Investment Bank). All Corporate Functions (including the functions of the Chief Investment Office) are considered a single Line of Business.
Line of Business means a business unit of the Firm (or one or more business units designated below under the definitionLine of Business Financial Threshold” of the Corporate Investment Bank). All Corporate Functions (including the functions of the Chief Investment Office) are considered a single Line of Business. “Line of Business Financial Threshold” means the financial threshold set forth below for the following Lines of Business based on the Firm’s management reporting system: Asset & Wealth Management Annual negative pre-tax pre-provision income1 Card, Merchant Services and Auto Annual negative pre-tax pre-loan loss reserve income2 Commercial Banking Annual negative pre-tax pre-loan loss reserve income2 Corporate Investment Bank Annual negative pre-tax pre-provision income1 for CIB overall and/or annual negative allocated product revenues (excluding CVA and DVA) for: Ÿ Macro products: Ø Currency and Emerging Markets Ø Rates Ø CommoditiesŸ Spread Products Ø Credit Ø SPG Ø Public FinanceŸ Equities & Prime ServicesŸ Custody and Fund ServicesŸ Global Banking Consumer Banking, CWM and Business Banking Annual negative pre-tax pre-loan loss reserve income2 Corporate Functions (including Chief Investment Office) Annual negative pre-tax pre-provision income1 at the Firm level Home Lending Annual negative pre-tax pre-loan loss reserve income2 1Pre-tax pre-provision income means Revenue less Expenses2Pre-tax pre-loan loss reserve income means Revenue less (Expenses plus Net Charge-offs)
Line of Business or “LOB” shall mean any of the Company’s business segments or designated business units.
Line of Business means the business described in this Paragraph and shall also mean any other activity or business enterprise in which the Company or any subsidiary engages, whether or not related to the foregoing, at any time during the Term hereof.