Permanent Debt Financing definition

Permanent Debt Financing means long-term debt with a minimum maturity period of 10 years.
Permanent Debt Financing has the meaning set forth in Section 5.15(a)(i).
Permanent Debt Financing means the permanent debt financing for the Active Nutrition Business, which is expected to consist of not less than $700.0 million of term debt financing and revolving credit facilities of not less than $200.0 million, in each case excluding any refinancing thereof.

Examples of Permanent Debt Financing in a sentence

The Permanent Debt Financing is secured by a first lien on and assignment of rents and leases of certain of the Company's properties.

The Permanent Debt Financing provides for a four-year mortgage with interest payable monthly and principal payable at maturity on December 15, 1999, and bears interest at a rate of 6.75% per annum.

Exhibit 8: Maturity Matching A – Current Assets B – Long-term Assets C – Current Liabilities D – Permanent Debt Financing E – Permanent Equity Financing A minus C – Net Working Capital F – Temporary Financing A previous module looked at how trade credit, operating lines of credit, and revolving credit agreements are used to finance increases in NWC.

On December 14, 1995, the Company entered into a long-term, fixed rate mortgage and security agreement for $13,150,000 (the "Permanent Debt Financing").

In January 1996, the Company entered into a long-term, fixed rate mortgage and security agreement for $39,450,000 (the "Permanent Debt Financing").

The Permanent Debt Financing provides for a ten-year loan with principal and interest payable monthly, based on a 17-year amortization, with the balance due in February 2006 and bears interest at a rate of 7.435% per annum.


More Definitions of Permanent Debt Financing

Permanent Debt Financing means any senior and subordinated unsecured notes, and any preferred equity securities issued in lieu thereof, issued by the Company or any subsidiary of the Company in connection with A-12 92 the Merger or issued by the Company or any subsidiary of the Company to repay all or part of the of the Bridge Loan.
Permanent Debt Financing means, collectively, the Senior Notes and First Mortgage Bonds.
Permanent Debt Financing means the UK Holdco Debt Financing and the Companies Debt Financing.
Permanent Debt Financing means the indebtedness incurred or to be incurred by the Corporation and/or its Subsidiaries as described in the July 2003 Letter Agreement and including all guarantees, indemnitees and other obligations entered into by the Corporation and/or its Subsidiaries in connection therewith.
Permanent Debt Financing means debt securities issued by, and/or term loans incurred by the Borrower or any of its Subsidiaries to repay all or any portion of the Loans or to reduce the Commitments as in effect prior to the funding of the Loans.

Related to Permanent Debt Financing

Debt Financing has the meaning set forth in Section 5.7.
Project Financing of any project means the incurrence of Indebtedness relating to the exploration, development, expansion, renovation, upgrade or other modification or construction of such project pursuant to which the providers of such Indebtedness or any trustee or other intermediary on their behalf or beneficiaries designated by any such provider, trustee or other intermediary are granted security over one or more Qualifying Assets relating to such project for repayment of principal, premium and interest or any other amount in respect of such Indebtedness.
Alternative Financing has the meaning set forth in Section 5.16(d).