Net Gain definition

Net Gain means the amount, if any, by which the total of the Swapped Note Called Notional Amount and the Swapped Note Accrued Interest Amount is exceeded by the sum of (x) the total of the Converted Swapped Note Called Principal and the Converted Swapped Note Called Interest, plus (or minus in the case of an amount paid) (y) the Swap Breakage Amount received (or paid) by such holder. For purposes of any determination of any “Net Loss” or “Net Gain,” the “Converted Swapped Note Called Principal” and the “Converted Swapped Note Called Interest” shall be determined by the holder of the affected Swapped Note by converting the Swapped Note Called Principal or Swapped Note Called Interest, as applicable, of such Swapped Note from Euros into Dollars at the current Euros/Dollar exchange rate, as determined as of as of 10:00 a.m. (New York City time) on the day such Swapped Note is prepaid or accelerated as indicated on the applicable screen of Bloomberg Financial Markets and any such calculation shall be reported to the Company in reasonable detail and shall be binding on the Company absent demonstrable error.
Net Gain is defined in Section 8.9.
Net Gain and “Net Loss” means, except as except as specified below, for each Fiscal Year or other period, the income or loss of the Company for “book” or “capital accountpurposes under Treas. Reg. §1.704-1(b)(2)(iv). In particular, but without limitation, for each Allocation Period, “Net Gain” or “Net Loss” shall mean the Company’s taxable income or loss for such Allocation Period, determined in accordance with Section 703(a) of the Code (it being understood that for this purpose, all items of income, gain, loss or deduction required to be stated separately pursuant to Section 703(a)(1) of the Code shall be included in such taxable income or loss), with the following modifications:

Examples of Net Gain in a sentence

  • Expenses Depreciation & Amortisation:- plant and equipment and buildings 531,215 712,860- poker machines191,799364,211 _Total Depreciation and Amortisation723,0141,077,071 _ Net Gain on disposal of non-current assets - 30,117 _ Notes To The Financial Statements For The Period Ended 20 March 2022 Current trade receivables are generally on 30 day terms.

  • This could form an integral part in the discharge of the Applicants obligations but will always be subject to maintaining the projects timescales for delivery to ensure the overarching policy set out in the BESS is achieved. The Applicant refers to the Marine Net Gain – Consultation on the principles of marine net gain dated 7 June 2022 (Defra, 2022), which includes reference to the newly announced Marine Recovery Fund (MRF).

  • National Credit argued that even though it signed a contract with the DOE while the agreement with Net Gain/ Fed Ceterawas still in place, it did not become eligible to receive work orders or start performing until after the agreement expired in 2016, and so the contract had not been “consummated” for purposes of the agreement during the applicable period.

  • In 2010, National Credit entered into an agreement with Net Gain, a consulting company, to help National Credit secure federal contracts in debt collection.

  • Reference can be made to the Marine Net Gain – Consultation on the principles of marine net gain dated 7th June 2022 (Defra, 2022), which includes reference to the newly announced Marine Recovery Fund (MRF).

More Definitions of Net Gain

Net Gain for any fiscal period means the aggregate of: (i) net proceeds of disposition to the Partnership of investments disposed of in that period minus the acquisition cost to the Partnership of such investments, where a positive number; and (ii) the income earned by the Partnership during such fiscal period, calculated in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles.
Net Gain means the excess, if any, of (i) the Net Assets of the Company as of the close of a Fiscal Period (decreased by amounts representing purchases of Shares during the Fiscal Period, increased by any distributions to Shareholders during the Fiscal Period and prior to reduction for any repurchases of Shares as of the close of such Fiscal Period) over (ii) the Net Assets of the Company at the beginning of such Fiscal Period. For this purpose, Net Assets as of the close of a Fiscal Period takes into account accrued Management Fees for the Fiscal Period but does not take into account the accrual of any Performance Fee for such period. Solely for purposes of calculating Net Gain during an Allocation Period, Net Gain means the sum of the Net Gains, if any, calculated for each Fiscal Period ending during such Allocation Period (i.e., in most cases, Net Gain for an Allocation Period can be expected to be equal to the sum of the Net Gain calculations as to each calendar month comprising the Allocation Period).
Net Gain means the amount by which the gains from the Type A Variances were greater than the losses from the Type A Variances that occurred during that prior calendar year, when combined with the net gain or loss, as the case may be, between the gains from Type B Variances and losses from Type B Variances for that same calendar year. For the avoidance of doubt, if the losses from Type B Variances are greater than the gains from Type B Variances, such difference shall reduce the Net Gain.
Net Gain with respect to any asset or interest subject to a Transfer is the excess, as of the date of such Transfer, of (a) the fair market value of the gross consideration (including, without limitation, cash and all other property, notes, securities, contracts, and instruments) given to or for the benefit of Purchaser or any direct or indirect holder of an interest in Purchaser (other than the sale of stock in any publicly held company) or the Property in connection with the Transfer of such asset or interest over (b) the sum of (1) all reasonable Transfer expenses, such as legal fees, brokerage commissions, transfer taxes, recording fees, and other fees for customary transfer services paid to parties unrelated to Purchaser, the transferor, and the transferee in connection with the Transfer of such asset or interest, plus (2) the product of the Cost Percentage indicated below for such asset or interest multiplied by the Purchase Price, plus (3) the unamortized portion of any additional capitalized or expensed investment fully paid by Purchaser (as evidenced to the reasonable satisfaction of Seller) after the Closing Date and prior to the Transfer which is attributable to such asset or interest.
Net Gain means, with respect to any Collateral Debt Security sold by MLI in accordance with Section 5, the excess, if any, of (a) the net proceeds received by MLI from such sale, minus (b) the Designated Purchaser Purchase Price of such Collateral Debt Security, computed as of the Settlement Date.
Net Gain means the local unit ends up with more lane miles under its jurisdictional authority after the jurisdictional reassignment than it had before. This occurs when a state highway is relocated under a state highway change, and the old state highway is reassigned to local jurisdiction; or a new local roadway is constructed as part of a state highway project. In both cases, the local unit is taking on new miles while reassigning none of its own away.
Net Gain is defined in Section 8.11.