Net Assets definition

Net Assets sale," "sell" and "security" shall have the same meanings as such terms have in the 1940 Act, subject to such exemption as may be granted by the SEC by any rule, regulation or order. Where the effect of a requirement of the federal securities laws reflected in any provision of this Agreement is made less restrictive by a rule, regulation or order of the SEC, whether of special or general application, such provision shall be deemed to incorporate the effect of such rule, regulation or order. This Agreement may be signed in counterpart.
Net Assets. , in relation to the Trust, means, the excess of assets over liabilities of the Scheme as calculated in accordance with the Regulations.
Net Assets means the total Assets (other than intangibles) at cost, before deducting depreciation, reserves for bad debts or other non-cash reserves, less total liabilities, calculated at least quarterly by the Company on a basis consistently applied.

Examples of Net Assets in a sentence

  • Such indemnification or agreement to hold harmless is recoverable only out of Net Assets and not from the Stockholders.

  • For purposes of determining Aggregate Net Assets and calculating the Subadviser Fee, the net assets of the Portfolio and each other portfolio of the Trust are determined as of the close of business on the previous business day of the Trust, and the net assets of each portfolio of each other fund are determined as of the close of business on the previous business day of that fund.

  • The aggregate Leverage shall be reasonable in relation to the Net Assets and shall be reviewed by the Board at least quarterly.

  • The Depositor shall deliver to the Trustee any cash identified in the Statement of Net Assets of the Trust included in the Prospectus not later than the expiration of the Delivery Period and the Depositors obligation to make such delivery shall be secured by the letter of credit deposited pursuant to Section 2.01.

  • The Depositor shall deliver to the Trustee any cash identified in the Statement of Net Assets of the Trust included in the Prospectus not later than the expiration of the Delivery Period and the Depositor's obligation to make such delivery shall be secured by the letter of credit deposited pursuant to Section 2.01.


More Definitions of Net Assets

Net Assets means the total assets of the Fund minus the sum of the accrued liabilities. For any period less than a month during which this Agreement is in effect, the fee shall be prorated according to the proportion which such period bears to a full month of 28, 29, 30 or 31 days, as the case may be.
Net Assets means the total assets of the Company (other than intangibles), at cost, before deducting depreciation or other non-cash reserves, less total liabilities, calculated quarterly by the Company on a basis consistently applied.
Net Assets shall have the meaning set forth in Paragraph 7(d)(1) of the Limited Partnership Agreement dated as of December 3, 2002, and without regard to further amendments thereto, provided that in determining the Net Assets of the Partnership on any date, no adjustment shall be made to reflect any distributions, redemptions or incentive fees payable as of the date of such determination.
Net Assets means the total value of all assets of the Partnership, less an amount equal to all accrued debts, liabilities and obligations of the Partnership, calculated before giving effect to any repurchases of Units.
Net Assets means all of the purchaser’s total assets minus all of the purchaser’s total liabilities. Accordingly, for the purposes of the net asset test, the calculation of total assets would include the value of a purchaser’s personal residence and the calculation of total liabilities would include the amount of any liability (such as a mortgage) in respect of the purchaser’s personal residence. To calculate a purchaser’s net assets under the “accredited investor” definition, subtract the purchaser’s total liabilities from the purchaser’s total assets (including real estate). The value attributed to assets should reasonably reflect their estimated fair value. Income tax should be considered a liability if the obligation to pay it is outstanding at the time of the distribution of the security;
Net Assets means all of the investor’s assets minus all of the investor’s liabilities; “person” includes:
Net Assets means the total assets of the Trading Company (including, but not limited to, all cash and cash equivalents, accrued interest and amortization of original issue discount, and the market value (marked-to-market) of all open futures interest positions and other assets of the Trading Company) less all liabilities of the Trading Company determined in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles consistently applied under the accrual basis of accounting. Unless generally accepted accounting principles require otherwise, the market value of a futures or option contract traded on a United States exchange shall mean the settlement price on the exchange on which the particular futures or option contract shall be traded by the Trading Company on the day with respect to which the Net Assets are being determined; provided, however, that if a contract could not be liquidated on such day due to the operation of daily limits or other rules of the exchange on which that contract shall be traded or otherwise, the settlement price on the first subsequent day on which the contract could be liquidated shall be the market value of such contract for such day, or if a contract could not be liquidated on such day due to the exchange being closed for an exchange holiday, the settlement price on the most recent preceding day on which the contract could have been liquidated shall be the market value of such contract for such day. The market value of a forward contract or a futures or option contract traded on a foreign exchange or market shall mean its market value as determined by the Trading Manager on a basis consistently applied for each different variety of contract.