Observation Date definition

Observation Date means each of the following Observation Dates:
Observation Date means each date specified as an Observation Date in the applicable Final Terms, or if any such date is not a Scheduled Trading Day, the immediately following Scheduled Trading Day unless, in the opinion of the Calculation Agent, any such day is a Disrupted Day. If any such day is a Disrupted Day, then the provisions contained in the definition of "Averaging Date" shall apply mutatis mutandis as if references in such provisions to "Averaging Date" were to "Observation Date";
Observation Date means the fifth Banking Day prior to each Redemption Date and each Call Date. If such day is not a Calculation Date, the immediately following day, which is a Calculation Date, shall be the respective Observation Date. The respective Redemption Date or the respective Call Date will be postponed accordingly. Interest shall not be payable due to such postponement.

Examples of Observation Date in a sentence

  • The Notes and the related guarantee: Selling AgentTerms of the NotesThe Notes provide a monthly Contingent Coupon Payment of $10.00 per $1,000 in principal amount of Notes on the applicable Contingent Payment Date if, on the related monthly Observation Date, the Observation Value of each Underlying is greater than or equal to its Coupon Barrier.

  • CONTINGENT INCOME AUTO-CALLABLE YIELD NOTES | PS-2Automatic Call:Beginning with the February 2023 Observation Date, all (but not less than all) of the Notes will be automatically called if the Observation Value of each Underlying is greater than or equal to its Call Value on any Observation Date (other than the final Observation Date).

  • Sustainability Performance Target Observation Date: December 31, 2025 2015 Baseline Intensity: 0.213 tCO2e/ton produced* *The 2015 baseline was deliberately selected to coincide with the Paris Agreement.

  • Example #3 — Gain Scenario with Autocall Redemption Event • Indicates Observation Date on which the Autocall Redemption Value is exceeded.• Indicates Observation Dates on which there is a Digital Payout Event; therefore an Interest Payment will occur on the related Interest Payment Date.— Portfolio ValueIn this scenario, the Portfolio Value is at or above the Autocall Redemption Value on the Observation Date that falls 36 months into the term of the Securities.

  • Beginning with the February 2023 Observation Date, if the Observation Value of each Underlying is greater than or equal to its Call Value on any Observation Date (other than the final Observation Date), the Notes will be automatically called, in whole but not in part, at 100% of the principal amount, together with the relevant Contingent Coupon Payment.


More Definitions of Observation Date

Observation Date means each Date as specified in the Summary Term Sheet above, provided that if such day is not a Scheduled Trading Day then, as per Modified Following Business Day Convention or if the day which would otherwise be the Observation Date, is a Disrupted Day, then the relevant Observation Date shall be the first succeeding Scheduled Trading Day that is not a Disrupted Day, unless each of the eight Scheduled Trading Days immediately following the Observation Date is a Disrupted Day. In that case (a) that the eighth Scheduled Trading Day shall be deemed to be the relevant Observation Date (notwithstanding the fact that such day is a Disrupted Day) and (b) the Company shall determine the level of the Reference Index as of the Observation Time on that eighth Scheduled Trading Day in accordance with the formula for and method of calculating the Reference Index last in effect prior to the occurrence of the first Disrupted Day using the Exchange traded or quoted price as of the Observation Time on that eighth Scheduled Trading Day of each security comprising the Reference Index (or, if an event giving rise to a Disrupted Day has occurred in respect of the relevant security on that eighth Scheduled Trading Day, its good faith estimate of the value for the relevant security as of the Valuation Time on that eighth Scheduled Trading Day); provided always that the final Observation Date will not be later than the eighth Business Day after the Final Valuation Date and if the eighth Scheduled Trading Day would be later than the eighth Business Day after the Final Valuation Date, references to the eighth Scheduled Trading Day shall be deemed to be the eighth Business Day after the Final Valuation Date.
Observation Date means each date, if any, specified as such in the Final Terms, or if any such date is not a Scheduled Trading Day, the next following Scheduled Trading Day, in each case subject to Condition 6(l) as set out below.
Observation Date means each date specified as such in the applicable Pricing Supplement, or if such date is not a Scheduled Trading Day the first Scheduled Trading Day thereafter unless, in the opinion of the Calculation Agent such day is a Disrupted Day. If any such day is a Disrupted Day, then:
Observation Date. : means the dates provided on page 4 on which the Plan has the potential to mature early
Observation Date means each Scheduled Observation Date, but with the last Observation Date being the Final Observation Date, provided that if any such date is not a Scheduled Valuation Day, the related Observation Date shall be the next following Scheduled Valuation Day.
Observation Date means the dates specified in paragraph 21;
Observation Date means (i) if an Early Redemption Event in the form of a Swap Counterparty Bankruptcy Event of Default or a Swap Counterparty Termination Event occurs, the Early Redemption Valuation Date, (ii) in connection with any other Early Redemption Event, each of the five consecutive Scheduled Valuation Days from and including the Early Redemption Valuation Date (or such higher number of consecutive Scheduled Valuation Days (subject to a maximum of 30) notified by the Swap Counterparty to the Issuer and the Determination Agent no later than 14:00 London time on the Early Redemption Valuation Date) and (iii) in connection with the redemption of the ETC Securities on their Scheduled Maturity Date, each of the five consecutive Scheduled Valuation Days from and including the Final Redemption Valuation Date (or, where the Final Redemption Valuation Date is earlier than the Scheduled Final Redemption Valuation Date, the consecutive Scheduled Valuation Days from and including the Final Redemption Valuation Date and to and including the fifth Scheduled Valuation Day prior to the Scheduled Maturity Date).