Multilateral Instrument definition

Multilateral Instrument or “MLI” means the Multilateral Convention to Implement Tax Treaty Related Measures to Prevent BEPS;
Multilateral Instrument means an instrument described by the CSA as a multilateral instrument, and adopted or made by the securities regulatory authority;
Multilateral Instrument means the Multilateral Instrument 13-102 System Fees for SEDAR and NRD, effective in whole or in part, as the case may be, in the applicable jurisdiction in which the Securities Regulatory Authority is situate, as amended from time to time;

Examples of Multilateral Instrument in a sentence

  • All certificates for securities issued which are subject to a hold period bear the appropriate legend restricting their transfer until the expiry of the applicable hold period required by Multilateral Instrument 45-102.

  • The Multilateral Instrument is to be applied alongside existing tax treaties (rather than amending them directly), modifying the application of those existing treaties in order to implement BEPS measures.

  • In this Instrument, in Alberta, British Columbia, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, the Northwest Territories, Nova Scotia, Nunavut, Prince Edward Island, Saskatchewan and Yukon, “derivative” means a “specified derivative” as defined in Multilateral Instrument 91-101 Derivatives: Product Determination.

  • A change in the application or interpretation of these double tax treaties (as a result of the adoption of the recommendations of the Final Report by way of the Multilateral Instrument or otherwise) might result in the Issuer being treated as having a taxable permanent establishment outside of Ireland, in denying the Issuer the benefit of Ireland’s network of double tax treaties or in other tax consequences for the Issuer.

  • Ireland deposited its instrument of ratification with the OECD on 29 January 2019 and therefore the Multilateral Instrument came into force in respect of Ireland on 1 May 2019.

  • All certificates for securities issued which are subject to a hold period bear the appropriate legend restricting their transfer until the expiry of the applicable hold period required by Multilateral Instrument 45-102..

  • The United Kingdom deposited its instrument of ratification with the OECD on 29 June 2018 and therefore the Multilateral Instrument came into force in respect of the United Kingdom on 1 October 2018.

  • Further, the non-resident can avail the beneficial tax treatment prescribed under the Double Taxation Avoidance Agreement (“DTAA”), as modified by the Multilateral Instrument (MLI), if the same is applicable to the relevant DTAA between India and the respective country of which the said shareholder is tax resident.

  • The United Kingdom and Ireland signed the Multilateral Instrument with both countries indicating that the double tax treaty entered into between the United Kingdom and Ireland is to be designated as a Covered Tax Agreement (“CTA”), being a tax treaty that is to be modified by the Multilateral Instrument.

  • The Company relied on the financial hardship exemption from the minority approval requirement of Multilateral Instrument ("MI") 61-101.


More Definitions of Multilateral Instrument

Multilateral Instrument means Multilateral Instrument 45-102 or any successor instrument promulgated by the Commissions;
Multilateral Instrument means Multilateral Instrument 45-102 or any successor instrument;
Multilateral Instrument means Multilateral Instrument 45-102 "Resale of Securities";

Related to Multilateral Instrument

  • Collateral Instruments means notes, bills of exchange, certificates of deposit and other negotiable and non-negotiable instruments, guarantees, indemnities and other assurances against financial loss and any other documents or instruments which contain or evidence an obligation (with or without security) to pay, discharge or be responsible directly or indirectly for, any indebtedness or liabilities of the Owner or any other person liable and includes any documents or instruments creating or evidencing a mortgage, charge (whether fixed or floating), pledge, lien, hypothecation, assignment, trust arrangement or security interest of any kind;

  • financial instrument means those instruments specified in Section C of Annex I;

  • Financial Instruments means any of the financial instruments, Forex, CFDs and or any other financial instrument offered by the Company according to its license and under applicable Laws or Regulations and they are defined in detail at the paragraph “Services” of this Agreement as well as are described in detail in the Company’s license from CySEC.

  • National Instrument 51-102 means National Instrument 51-102 Continuous Disclosure Obligations;

  • Capital Instruments Regulations means any regulatory capital rules, regulations or standards which are applicable to the Issuer at any time (on a solo or consolidated basis and including any implementation thereof or supplement thereto by the PRA from time to time) and which lay down the requirements to be fulfilled by financial instruments for inclusion in the Issuer’s regulatory capital (on a solo or consolidated basis) as may be required by (i) CRR and/or (ii) CRD, including (for the avoidance of doubt) any delegated acts and implementing acts made by the European Commission (such as regulatory technical standards and implementing technical standards) and European Banking Authority guidelines all as amended from time to time and as implemented in the UK.

  • Collateral Insurance shall have the meaning set forth in Section 4.4(a).

  • foreign financial institution means a bank or financial institution (i) registered in Book I (Libro I), Section 1 (Sección 1) of the Foreign Banks, Financial Entities, Pension and Retirement Funds and Investment Funds Registry (Registro de Bancos, Entidades de Financiamiento, Fondos de Pensiones y Jubilaciones y Fondos de Inversión del Extranjero) maintained by Hacienda for purposes of Rule II.3.13.1 of the Resolución Miscelánea Fiscal for the year 2009 and Article 195-I of the Ley del Impuesto Sobre la Renta (or any successor provisions thereof), (ii) which is a resident (or, if such entity is lending through a branch or agency, the principal office of which is a resident) for tax purposes in a jurisdiction with which Mexico has entered into a treaty for the avoidance of double-taxation which is in effect, and (iii) which is the effective beneficiary (beneficiario efectivo) of any interest paid hereunder or under the Note.

  • Qualified United States financial institution means an institution that:

  • Financial Instrument Obligations means obligations arising under:

  • Approved Financial Institution means a federal or state-chartered depository institution or trust company having a combined surplus and capital of at least $100,000,000 and further having (a) commercial paper, short-term debt obligations, or other short-term deposits that are rated at least “A-1” by S&P, if the deposits are to be held in the account for 30 days or less, or (b) having long-term unsecured debt obligations that are rated at least “AA” by S&P, if the deposits are to be held in the account more than 30 days. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if an account is held by an Approved Financial Institution, following a downgrade, withdrawal, qualification, or suspension of such institution’s rating, each account must promptly (and in any case within not more than 30 calendar days) be moved with written notice to the Indenture Trustee, to an Approved Financial Institution.

  • Multilateral System means the Multilateral System established under Article 10.2 of the Treaty.

  • Additional Mortgaged Property shall have the meaning provided in Section 8.11(a).

  • Additional Mortgage shall have the meaning assigned to such term in Section 5.10(c).

  • multilateral trading facility (MTF means a multilateral system operated by an investment firm or market operator, which brings together multiple third-party buying and selling interests in financial instruments in the system, in accordance with non-discretionary rules, in a way that results in a contract in accordance with the provisions of Title II of Directive [new MiFID];

  • Oral Instruction has the meaning ascribed thereto in Section 2.1 hereof.

  • Closing protection letter means an agreement by the division to indemnify a lender or owner or both for loss caused by a division closer’s theft of settlement funds or failure to comply with written closing instructions relating to title certificate coverage when agreed to by the division closer.

  • Administrative order means a written notice from the commissioners to the landowner or landowners of record and to the occupants of land informing them they are violating the district’s soil loss limit regulations or maintenance agreement and advising them of action required to conform to the regulations.

  • multilateral trading facility or ‘MTF’ means a multilateral system, operated by an investment firm or a market operator, which brings together multiple third-party buying and selling interests in financial instruments – in the system and in accordance with non-discretionary rules – in a way that results in a contract in accordance with Title II of this Directive;

  • regulated financial institution means a state or nationally chartered bank, savings and loan association or savings bank, credit union, trust company, or other state or federally chartered lending institution or a regulated affiliate or regulated subsidiary of any of these entities.

  • Special Instructions as used herein, shall mean Instructions countersigned or confirmed in writing by the Treasurer or any Assistant Treasurer of a Fund or any other person designated by the Treasurer of such Fund in writing, which countersignature or confirmation shall be included on the same instrument containing the Instructions or on a separate instrument relating thereto.

  • Oral Instructions means verbal instructions received by Custodian from an Authorized Person or from a person reasonably believed by Custodian to be an Authorized Person.

  • general insurance business means fire, marine or miscellaneous insurance business, whether carried on singly or in combination with one or more of them;]

  • Educator practice instrument means an assessment tool that provides: scales or dimensions that capture competencies of professional performance; and differentiation of a range of professional performance as described by the scales, which must be shown in practice and/or research studies. The scores from educator practice instruments for teaching staff members other than teachers, Principals, Vice Principals, and Assistant Principals may be applied to the teaching staff member’s summative evaluation rating in a manner determined by the school district.

  • Special Instruction Form means a standardized form prescribed by the Management Company to be duly filled by the investor to change his/her particulars and will be stated in this Offering Document.

  • Financial Instruments Accounts Act means the Swedish Financial Instruments Accounts Act (lag (1998:1479) om kontoföring av finansiella instrument).

  • Commodities Accounts (i) shall mean all “commodity accounts” as defined in Article 9 of the UCC and (ii) shall include, without limitation, all of the accounts listed on Schedule 4.4 under the heading “Commodities Accounts” (as such schedule may be amended or supplemented from time to time).