Redemption Value definition

Redemption Value means, in respect of a Unit, the price per Unit at which such Unit is redeemed, calculated in accordance with the Trust Deed.
Redemption Value means, in respect of a Share, the price per Share at which such Share is redeemed, calculated in accordance with the Instrument.
Redemption Value means the cash value of the education savings

Examples of Redemption Value in a sentence

  • If FR Barrier Value is less than the Final Redemption Condition Level and a Knock-in Event has occurred: Min (100%, Final Redemption Value).

  • The gross yield calculated on the basis of the Interest, the Bond Issue Price and the Redemption Value of the Bonds at Redemption Date is five percent (5%).


More Definitions of Redemption Value

Redemption Value means the balance of the Plan(s) and consists of valid payments received by the Board for the Plan(s) less any fees, usage, withdrawals, and refunds.
Redemption Value means, with respect to any Class A Preferred Stock, the "Redemption Value" for such Class A Preferred Stock set forth in the certificate evidencing such Class A Preferred Stock.
Redemption Value means the amount, if any, by which the Fair Market Value of one share of Common Stock on the date on which the Stock Option is exercised exceeds the Option Price for such share.
Redemption Value means, in respect of a Listed Class of Units, the price per Unit at which such Unit is redeemed, calculated in accordance with the Trust Deed.
Redemption Value means, in respect of a Unit, the price per Unit at which such
Redemption Value means the cash value of the educational savings account attributable to the sum of the principal invested, the interest earned or losses incurred thereon, less any fees imposed by rule of the board.
Redemption Value means the value per Unit at which Units are from time to time redeemed;