Regulated Subsidiary definition

Regulated Subsidiary means any Subsidiary that is (a) a Broker-Dealer Subsidiary, (b) otherwise subject to regulation by any Governmental Authority and for which the incurrence of Indebtedness (including Guarantees) or the granting of Liens with respect to its assets would be prohibited or restricted or would result in a negative impact on any minimum capital or similar requirement imposed by such Governmental Authority and applicable to it or (c) subject to regulation by any Regulatory Supervising Organization.
Regulated Subsidiary any Subsidiary that is prohibited, in connection with telephony licenses issued to it, from becoming a Loan Party by reason of the requirement of consent from any Governmental Authority, but only for so long as such consent has not been obtained; provided, that, until such Subsidiary becomes a Loan Party and all of the Equity Interests of such Subsidiary owned by any Loan Party is pledged as Collateral, (a) such Subsidiary owns no assets other than (i) governmental licenses to operate a telephony business and leases of infrastructure necessary to operate such licenses and (ii) other assets (held either directly or through any Subsidiary or other Equity Interests) with an aggregate value not exceeding $250,000 and (b) the Borrower shall not directly own any Equity Interests in such Subsidiary unless all such Equity Interests have been pledged as Collateral.

Examples of Regulated Subsidiary in a sentence

  • With respect to each Regulated Subsidiary, (a) take reasonable steps to obtain the consents required from any Governmental Authority to enable such Regulated Subsidiary (unless it is a Shell Subsidiary) to become a Loan Party and to enable the Loan Parties to pledge as Collateral all of the Equity Interests of such Regulated Subsidiary owned by them and (b) cause such Regulated Subsidiary to comply with the proviso contained in the definition thereof.

  • For so long as the Corporation directly or indirectly controls any U.S. Regulated Subsidiary, the books, records, premises, officers, directors and employees of the Corporation shall be deemed to be the books, records, premises, officers, directors and employees of such U.S. Regulated Subsidiaries for purposes of and subject to oversight pursuant to the Exchange Act.

  • If impairment is recognized, the carrying value of the impaired asset is reduced to its fair value.

  • The Corporation shall take reasonable steps necessary to cause its officers, directors and employees, prior to accepting a position as an officer, director or employee, as applicable, of the Corporation to consent in writing to the applicability to them of Articles VII and VIII and Sections 3.15 and 9.4 of these Bylaws, as applicable, with respect to their activities related to any U.S. Regulated Subsidiary.

  • Use the proceeds of any Credit Extension, whether directly or indirectly, and whether immediately, incidentally or ultimately, to purchase or carry margin stock (within the meaning of Regulation U of the FRB) or to extend credit to others for the purpose of purchasing or carrying margin stock or to refund indebtedness originally incurred for such purpose, except, in the case of any Regulated Subsidiary, in compliance with Regulation U, T and X of the FRB.


More Definitions of Regulated Subsidiary

Regulated Subsidiary means (i) any Subsidiary that is registered as a broker dealer pursuant to Section 15 of the Exchange Act or that is regulated as a broker dealer or underwriter under any foreign securities law, (ii) any Subsidiary regulated as an insurance company, exchange, swap execution facility, swap data repository, clearing house, securities depository, settlement system, multilateral trading facility, trade repository, systematic internalizer or organized trading facility and (iii) any Subsidiary whose dividends may be restricted, other activities undertaken by such Subsidiary may be limited or other regulatory actions with respect to such Subsidiary may be taken, in each case by any applicable Governmental Authority in the event that such Subsidiary does not maintain capital at the level required by such applicable Governmental Authority.
Regulated Subsidiary means a Subsidiary as to which the consent of a governmental body or official is required for any acquisition of control or change of control thereof.
Regulated Subsidiary means any Subsidiary of the Borrower that is (i) registered as a broker dealer pursuant to Section 15 of the Securities Exchange Act of 1934 or that is regulated as a broker dealer or equivalent under any foreign securities law, (ii) that is registered as a Futures Commission Merchant (“FCM”), Introducing Broker (“IB”), Swap Exchange Facility (“SEF”) or other “registered entity” within the meaning of Section 1a(40) of the Commodity Exchange Act (7 U.S.C. 1 et seq.), or the equivalent under any foreign securities or commodities Law, or (iii) registered as a swap execution facility with the SEC or the CFTC.
Regulated Subsidiary means (i) any Broker-Dealer Subsidiary, (ii) any Subsidiary regulated as an insurance company or clearinghouse, and (iii) any Subsidiary whose dividends may be restricted, other activities undertaken by such Subsidiary may be limited or other regulatory actions with respect to such Subsidiary may be taken, in each case by applicable Governmental Authorities in the event that such Subsidiary does not maintain capital at the level required by applicable Governmental Authorities.
Regulated Subsidiary means any Subsidiary that owns or operates facilities used for the generation, transmission or distribution of electric energy and is subject to the jurisdiction of any governmental authority of the United States or any state or political subdivision thereof, as to any of its: rates; services; accounts; issuances of securities; affiliate transactions; or construction, acquisition or sale of any such facilities, except that any "exempt wholesale generator", as defined in 15 USC 79z-5a(a)(1), “qualifying facility”, as defined in 18 CFR 292.101(b)(1), “foreign utility company”, as defined in 15 USC 79z-5b(a)(3), and “power marketer”, as defined in NORTHWEST POWER MARKETING COMPANY, L.L.C., 75 FERC PARA 61,281, shall not be a Regulated Subsidiary.
Regulated Subsidiary means a Subsidiary the business and affairs of which are regulated by a Governmental Authority whose consent is required for any acquisition of control or change of control thereof or for the guarantee of, or grant of Liens to secure, the obligations or performance of any controlling Person.