Redemption in Whole definition

Redemption in Whole means a redemption of 100% of the outstanding Securities pursuant to Section 3.07(d).

Examples of Redemption in Whole in a sentence

  • A form of liquidity for the Subordinated Notes is the optional redemption provision set out in Condition 7(b)(i) (Optional Redemption in Whole – Subordinated Noteholders).

  • A decrease in the market value of the Portfolio would adversely affect the amount of proceeds which could be realised upon liquidation of the Portfolio and ultimately the ability of the Issuer to redeem the Notes.A form of liquidity for the Subordinated Notes is the optional redemption provision set out in Condition 7(b)(i) ( Optional Redemption in Whole - Subordinated Noteholders).

  • Any such redemption shall be subject to Condition 7(b)(iii) (Optional Redemption in Whole – Collateral Manager), Condition 7(b)(iv) (Terms and Conditions of an Optional Redemption), Condition 7(b)(v) (Optional Redemption effected in whole or in part through Refinancing) and Condition 7(b)(vi) (Optional Redemption effected through Liquidation only).

  • If interest payments in respect of Collateral Debt Obligations to the Issuer become subject to withholding tax, this may also trigger a Collateral Tax Event and result in an optional redemption of the Notes in accordance with Condition 7(b)(i) ( Optional Redemption in Whole – Subordinated Noteholders).

  • In addition, upon any Refinancing in accordance with Condition 7(b)(vi) (Refinancing in relation to a Redemption in Whole), to the extent the Adjusted Collateral Principal Amount exceeds the Reinvestment Target Par Balance such excess may be transferred from the Principal Account to the Interest Account and distributed in accordance with the Interest Proceeds Priority of Payments.

  • Any such redemption shall be subject to Condition 7(b)(iii) (Optional Redemption in Whole – Investment Manager/Retention Holder), Condition 7(b)(iv) (Terms and Conditions of an Optional Redemption), Condition 7(b)(v) (Optional Redemption effected in whole or in part through Refinancing) and Condition 7(b)(vi) (Optional Redemption effected through Liquidation only).

  • If payments in respect of Collateral Obligations to the Issuer become subject to withholding tax, this may also trigger a Collateral Tax Event and result in an optional redemption of the Rated Notes in accordance with Condition 7(b)(i)(B) ( Optional Redemption in Whole – Subordinated Noteholders).

  • A form of liquidity for the Subordinated Notes is the optional redemption provision set out in Condition 7(b)(i) (Optional Redemption in Whole - Subordinated Noteholders).

  • A form of liquidity for the Subordinated Notes is the optional redemption provision set out in Condition 7(b)(i) (Optional Redemption in Whole – Subordinated Noteholders or Retention Holder).

  • If interest payments in respect of Collateral Debt Obligations to the Issuer become subject to withholding tax, this may also trigger a Collateral Tax Event and result in an optional redemption of the Notes in accordance with Condition 7(b)(i) (Optional Redemption in Whole – Subordinated Noteholders).

Related to Redemption in Whole

  • Make-Whole Redemption Price means the sum of the outstanding principal amount of the Notes to be redeemed plus the Make-Whole Amount of such Notes. Calculation or verification of the calculation of the Make-Whole Redemption Price is not the responsibility of the Trustee and the Trustee may conclusively rely on an Officers’ Certificate with respect thereto without investigation.

  • Make-whole Redemption Rate means (i) the average of the four quotations given by the Reference Dealers of the mid-market annual yield to maturity of the Reference Security on the fourth Business Day preceding the Make-whole Redemption Date at 11:00 a.m. (Central European Time ("CET")) ("Reference Dealer Quotation") or (ii) the Reference Screen Rate, as specified in the relevant Final Terms.

  • Redemption Call Right has the meaning provided in the Exchangeable Share Provisions.

  • Optional Redemption Pricing Date means a Valuation Date on which a Redemption Order is determined to be valid and accepted by or on behalf of the Issuer in accordance with the terms of the LS Operating Procedures Agreement.

  • Make-Whole Redemption Margin means the margin specified as such in the relevant Final Terms.

  • Optional Redemption Premium means, with respect to any Series, the premium (expressed as a percentage of the Liquidation Preference of the shares of such Series) payable by the Fund upon the redemption of MuniFund Term Preferred Shares of such Series at the option of the Fund, as set forth in the Appendix for such Series.

  • Optional Redemption Price shall have the meaning set forth in Section 3.2.

  • Make-Whole Redemption Amount means the sum of:

  • Redemption Form means a standardized form prescribed by the Management Company to be duly filled by the investor to redeem Units and will be stated in this Offering Document.

  • Optional Redemption Date shall have the meaning set forth in Section 6(a).

  • Optional Redemption Notice shall have the meaning set forth in Section 6(a).

  • Optional Redemption Period shall have the meaning set forth in Section 6(a).

  • Redemption Notice means a notice in a form approved by the Company by which a holder of Public Shares is entitled to require the Company to redeem its Public Shares, subject to any conditions contained therein.

  • Redemption Prices means, collectively, Event of Default Redemption Prices, and the Company Optional Redemption Prices and each of the foregoing, individually, a “Redemption Price.”

  • Redemption Period shall have the meaning set forth in Section 23(a) hereof.

  • Redemption Conditions means, with respect to any payment of cash in respect of the principal amount of any Permitted Convertible Debt, satisfaction of each of the following events: (a) no Default or Event of Default shall exist or result therefrom, and (b) both immediately before and at all times after such redemption, Borrower’s Qualified Cash shall be no less than the sum of 150% of the outstanding Secured Obligations plus the Qualified Cash A/P Amount.

  • Redemption Rescission Event means the occurrence of (a) any general suspension of trading in, or limitation on prices for, securities on the principal national securities exchange on which shares of Common Stock or Marketable Securities are registered and listed for trading (or, if shares of Common Stock or Marketable Securities are not registered and listed for trading on any such exchange, in the over-the-counter market) for more than six-and-one-half (6-1/2) consecutive trading hours, (b) any decline in either the Dow Xxxxx Industrial Average or the S&P 500 Index (or any successor index published by Dow Xxxxx & Company, Inc. or S&P) by either (i) an amount in excess of 10%, measured from the close of business on any Trading Day to the close of business on the next succeeding Trading Day during the period commencing on the Trading Day preceding the day notice of any redemption of Securities is given (or, if such notice is given after the close of business on a Trading Day, commencing on such Trading Day) and ending at the time and date fixed for redemption in such notice or (ii) an amount in excess of 15% (or if the time and date fixed for redemption is more than 15 days following the date on which such notice of redemption is given, 20%), measured from the close of business on the Trading Day preceding the day notice of such redemption is given (or, if such notice is given after the close of business on a Trading Day, from such Trading Day) to the close of business on any Trading Day at or prior to the time and date fixed for redemption, (c) a declaration of a banking moratorium or any suspension of payments in respect of banks by Federal or state authorities in the United States or (d) the occurrence of an act of terrorism or commencement of a war or armed hostilities or other national or international calamity directly or indirectly involving the United States which in the reasonable judgment of the Company could have a material adverse effect on the market for the Common Stock or Marketable Securities.

  • Tax Redemption The meaning specified in Section 9.3(a) hereof.

  • Call and Put Redemption Amount means GBP 1 per Preference Share.

  • Redemption Time means the time at which the right to exercise the Rights shall terminate pursuant to Section 5.1 hereof.

  • Minimum Redemption means, in relation to the Euro RDR ‘Retail’ Unhedged Distribution Shares, a minimum redemption of €250 or such lesser amount as may be agreed by the Directors;

  • Tax Redemption Date shall have the meaning specified in Section 16.02(a).

  • Optional Redemption shall have the meaning set forth in Section 6(a).

  • Tax Event Redemption Price means an amount equal to the unpaid principal amount of this Note to be redeemed, which shall be determined by multiplying (1) the Outstanding Principal Amount of this Note by (2) the quotient derived by dividing (A) the outstanding principal amount to be redeemed by Principal Life of the Funding Agreement by (B) the outstanding principal amount of the Funding Agreement.

  • Optional Redemption Amount (Call) means, in respect of any Note, its principal amount or such other amount as may be specified in, or determined in accordance with, the relevant Final Terms;

  • Triggering Redemption Amount means, for each share of Preferred Stock, the sum of (a) the greater of (i) 130% of the Stated Value and (ii) the product of (y) the VWAP on the Trading Day immediately preceding the date of the Triggering Event and (z) the Stated Value divided by the then Conversion Price, (b) all accrued but unpaid dividends thereon and (c) all liquidated damages and other costs, expenses or amounts due in respect of the Preferred Stock.