Liquidity Providers definition

Liquidity Providers means, collectively, the Class A Liquidity Provider and the Class B Liquidity Provider.
Liquidity Providers means, collectively, Class A Liquidity Provider and, if any Class B Liquidity Facility shall have been provided, Class B Liquidity Provider.

Examples of Liquidity Providers in a sentence

  • Upon fulfilment of the Building Block requirements of one product, Liquidity Providers shall receive a fee rebate as specified in section 3 of the General Supplement to the LPA in accordance with the table below.

  • The Certificateholders, the Trustees and the Liquidity Providers make no representation or warranty hereunder whatsoever.

  • Each of the Liquidity Providers and the Trustees hereby designates and appoints the Subordination Agent as the Subordination Agent under this Agreement.

  • The Borrower acknowledges and agrees that the Liquidity Provider's source of funds may derive in part from its participants.

  • Determinations by the Liquidity Provider for purposes of this Section 3.02 of the effect of any increase in the amount of capital required to be maintained by the Liquidity Provider and of the amount allocable to the Liquidity Provider's obligations to the Borrower hereunder shall be prima facie evidence of the amounts owed under this Section.


More Definitions of Liquidity Providers

Liquidity Providers means an external counterparty (bank or other financial institution) that provides a buy and sell price in a CFD and can accept trades and orders for the purposes of Hedging. Also known as a Hedging counterparty.
Liquidity Providers is defined in the first paragraph hereof.
Liquidity Providers means the Primary Liquidity Provider and the Above-Cap Liquidity Provider.
Liquidity Providers. Means, initially, ABN AMRO Bank N.V., acting through its Chicago branch, and Westdeutsche Landesbank Girozentrale, acting through its New York branch, and any replacements or successors therefor appointed in accordance with the Intercreditor Agreement.
Liquidity Providers. The Company shall act as agent of the Client (principal) when receiving and transmitting orders. The Company will transmit your orders for execution to CyberFX. CyberFX may transmit the orders received by us to other liquidity providers. Broker(s) or Liquidity Provider(s) may not necessarily operate in regulated markets. Leverage: A ratio in respect of a transaction size and initial margin. A 50:1 ratio means that in order to open a position, the initial margin is 50 times less than the transaction size. Login Details: Your login and password given to you by us in order to access our Online Trading System or website (where applicable).
Liquidity Providers is amended by deleting the phrase “, if any Class B Liquidity Facility shall have been provided,”.
Liquidity Providers is deleted in its entirety and replaced with the following: