Termination Upon a Change in Control means (i) a termination by the Employee of the Employee’s employment with the Employer or Avocent within six (6) months following any “Change in Control” or (ii) any termination by the Employer or Avocent Corporation of the Employee’s employment with the Employer or Avocent(other than a Termination for Cause) within eighteen (18) months following any “Change in Control.”
Termination Upon Change of Control shall not include any termination of the employment of the Executive (a) by the Company for Cause; (b) as a result of the Permanent Disability of the Executive; (c) as a result of the death of the Executive; or (d) as a result of the voluntary termination of employment by the Executive for reasons other than Good Reason.
Early Opt-in Effective Date means, with respect to any Early Opt-in Election, the sixth (6th) Business Day after the date notice of such Early Opt-in Election is provided to the Lenders, so long as the Administrative Agent has not received, by 5:00 p.m. (New York City time) on the fifth (5th) Business Day after the date notice of such Early Opt-in Election is provided to the Lenders, written notice of objection to such Early Opt-in Election from Lenders comprising the Required Lenders.
Tax Event Upon Merger has the meaning specified in Section 5(b).
Credit Event Upon Merger has the meaning specified in Section 5(b).
Change of Control Repurchase Event means the occurrence of both a Change of Control and a Below Investment Grade Rating Event.
TLAC Disqualification Event means OSFI has advised the Bank in writing that the bail-inable notes issued under the applicable pricing supplement will no longer be recognized in full as TLAC under the TLAC Guideline as interpreted by the Superintendent, provided that a TLAC Disqualification Event will not occur where the exclusion of those bail-inable notes from the Bank’s TLAC requirements is due to the remaining maturity of those bail-inable notes being less than any period prescribed by any relevant eligibility criteria applicable as of the issue date of those bail-inable notes.
MREL Disqualification Event means the determination by the Issuer that, as a result of a change in any Applicable MREL Regulations or any change in the official application or interpretation thereof becoming effective on or after the Issue Date of the last Tranche of the Notes, the Notes will be fully excluded or partially excluded from the eligible liabilities (or any equivalent or successor term) available to meet any MREL Requirement (however called or defined by then Applicable MREL Regulations) if the Issuer is then or, as the case may be, will be subject to such MREL Requirement, provided that a MREL Disqualification Event shall not occur where such exclusion is or will be caused by (i) the remaining maturity of the Notes being less than any period prescribed by any applicable eligibility criteria under the Applicable MREL Regulations, or (ii) any applicable limits on the amount of eligible liabilities (or any equivalent or successor term) permitted or allowed to meet any MREL Requirement(s) being exceeded.
Flip-in Event means a transaction in or pursuant to which any Person becomes an Acquiring Person;
Event of dissociation means any of the events listed in Section 8.1 upon which the Member ceases to be a Member.
Capital Disqualification Event means the receipt by the Company of an Opinion of Counsel experienced in such matters that, as a result of an amendment to or a change in law, rule or regulation (including any announced prospective change) or a change in interpretation or application of law, rule or regulation by any legislative body, court, governmental agency or regulatory authority, there is more than an insubstantial risk that within ninety (90) days of the date of such opinion, the aggregate liquidation amount of the Preferred Securities will not be eligible to be treated by the Company as “Tier 1 Capital” (or the then equivalent) for purposes of the capital adequacy guidelines of the Federal Reserve or other “appropriate Federal banking agency” as such term is defined in 12 U.S.C. 1813(q), which amendment, change or prospective change becomes effective or would become effective, as the case may be, on or after the date of issuance of the Securities; provided, however, that the inability of the Company to treat all or any portion of the liquidation amount of the Preferred Securities as Tier 1 Capital shall not constitute the basis for a Capital Disqualification Event if such inability results from the Company having such Preferred Securities outstanding in an amount that for any reason is in excess of the amount which may now or hereafter qualify for treatment as Tier 1 Capital under applicable capital adequacy guidelines. By way of example, the inability of the Company to treat all or any portion of the liquidation amount of the Preferred Securities as Tier 1 Capital as a result of the Final Rule on Risk-Based Capital Standards: Trust Preferred Securities and the Definition of Capital, adopted on March 1, 2005, by the Federal Reserve, shall not constitute the basis for a Capital Disqualification Event.
Early Dissolution Event has the meaning specified in Section 9.2.
Event of Dissolution shall have the meaning set forth in Section 10.1.
Acceleration Event means the occurrence of an Event of Default (a) in respect of which Agent has declared all or any portion of the Obligations to be immediately due and payable pursuant to Section 10.2, (b) pursuant to Section 10.1(a), and in respect of which Agent has suspended or terminated the Revolving Loan Commitment pursuant to Section 10.2, and/or (c) pursuant to either Section 10.1(e) and/or Section 10.1(f).
Company Event of Default bears the meaning ascribed thereto in Section 13.1; “Company Notice of Default” bears the meaning ascribed thereto in Section 13.2;
Company Triggering Event means: (i) the failure of the Board of Directors of the Company to recommend that the Company's stockholders vote to adopt this Agreement, or the withdrawal or modification of the Company Board Recommendation in a manner adverse to Parent, or the Board of Directors shall have taken any other action that is or becomes disclosed publicly or to a third party, which indicates that the Board of Directors of the Company does not support the Merger or does not believe that the Merger is in the best interests of the Company's stockholders; (ii) the Company shall have failed to include in the Proxy Statement the Company Board Recommendation or a statement to the effect that the Board of Directors of the Company has determined and believes that the Merger is in the best interests of the Company's stockholders; (iii) an Acquisition Proposal is publicly announced and the Board of Directors of the Company fails to reaffirm without qualification the Company Board Recommendation, or fails to publicly state without qualification, that the Merger is in the best interests of the Company's stockholders, within five business days after Parent requests in writing that such action be taken; (iv) the Board of Directors of the Company shall have approved, endorsed or recommended any Acquisition Proposal; (v) the Company shall have failed to comply with Section 5.04 in any material respect; (vi) a tender or exchange offer relating to securities of the Company shall have been commenced and the Company shall not have sent to its securityholders, within ten business days after the commencement of such tender or exchange offer, a statement disclosing that the Board of Directors recommends rejection of such tender or exchange offer; (vii) an Acquisition Proposal is publicly announced, and the Company fails to issue a press release announcing its opposition to such Acquisition Proposal within ten business days after such Acquisition Proposal is announced; or (viii) either the Company or any of its subsidiaries or any their Representatives shall have breached any of the provisions set forth in Section 5.04 (in any material respect) or Section 6.15.
Change of Control Triggering Event means the occurrence of both a Change of Control and a Rating Event.
Flip-in Date means the tenth business day after any Stock Acquisition Date or such earlier or later date as the Board of Directors of the Company may from time to time fix by resolution adopted prior to the Flip-in Date that would otherwise have occurred. "Flip-over Entity," for purposes of Section 3.2, shall mean (i) in the case of a Flip-over Transaction or Event described in clause (i) of the definition thereof, the Person issuing any securities into which shares of Common Stock are being converted or exchanged and, if no such securities are being issued, the other party to such Flip-over Transaction or Event and (ii) in the case of a Flip-over Transaction or Event referred to in clause (ii) of the definition thereof, the Person receiving the greatest portion of the (A) assets or (B) operating income or cash flow being transferred in such Flip-over Transaction or Event, provided in all cases if such Person is a subsidiary of a corporation, the parent corporation shall be the Flip-Over Entity.
Put Event means the occurrence of any of the following:
ERISA Termination Event means (i) a “Reportable Event” described in Section 4043 of ERISA and the regulations issued thereunder (other than a “Reportable Event” not subject to the provision for 30-day notice to the PBGC under such regulations), or (ii) the withdrawal of a Borrower or any of its ERISA Affiliates from a “single employer” Plan during a plan year in which it was a “substantial employer”, both of such terms as defined in Section 4001(a) of ERISA, or (iii) the filing of a notice of intent to terminate a Plan or the treatment of a Plan amendment as a termination under Section 4041 of ERISA, or (iv) the institution of proceedings to terminate a Plan by the PBGC or (v) any other event or condition which might constitute grounds under Section 4042 of ERISA for the termination of, or the appointment of a trustee to administer, any Plan or (vi) the partial or complete withdrawal of a Borrower or any ERISA Affiliate of such Borrower from a “multiemployer plan” as defined in Section 4001(a) of ERISA.
Repurchase Event With respect to any Mortgage Loan, either (i) a discovery that, as of the Closing Date the related Mortgage was not a valid lien on the related Mortgaged Property subject only to (A) the lien of any prior mortgage indicated on the Mortgage Loan Schedule, (B) the lien of real property taxes and assessments not yet due and payable, (C) covenants, conditions, and restrictions, rights of way, easements and other matters of public record as of the date of recording of such Mortgage and such other permissible title exceptions as are permitted and (D) other matters to which like properties are commonly subject which do not materially adversely affect the value, use, enjoyment or marketability of the related Mortgaged Property or (ii) with respect to any Mortgage Loan as to which the Seller delivers an affidavit certifying that the original Mortgage Note has been lost or destroyed, a subsequent default on such Mortgage Loan if the enforcement thereof or of the related Mortgage is materially and adversely affected by the absence of such original Mortgage Note.
Dissolution Event means (i) a voluntary termination of operations, (ii) a general assignment for the benefit of the Company’s creditors or (iii) any other liquidation, dissolution or winding up of the Company (excluding a Liquidity Event), whether voluntary or involuntary.
Control Transaction means any of the following transactions or any combination thereof:
Control Termination Event The event that either (a) will occur when none of the Classes of the Control Eligible Certificates has a Certificate Balance (as notionally reduced by any Cumulative Appraisal Reduction Amount then allocable to such Class in accordance with Section 3.10(a) of this Agreement) that is at least equal to 25% of the initial Certificate Balance of that Class of Certificates or (b) is deemed to occur pursuant to Section 6.09(d) or Section 6.09(h) of this Agreement; provided, however, that a Control Termination Event shall in no event exist at any time that the Certificate Balance of each Class of the Non-Vertically Retained Principal Balance Certificates senior to the Control Eligible Certificates has been reduced to zero (without regard to the allocation of Cumulative Appraisal Reduction Amounts). With respect to Excluded Mortgage Loans as to which the Controlling Class Representative would otherwise be the Directing Holder, a Control Termination Event shall be deemed to exist.
Change in Control Transaction means the sale of the Corporation to an un-affiliated person or entity or group of un-affiliated persons or entities pursuant to which such party or parties acquire (i) shares of capital stock of the Corporation representing at least fifty percent (50%) of outstanding capital stock or sufficient to elect a majority of the Board of the Corporation (whether by merger, consolidation, sale or transfer of shares (other than a merger where the Corporation is the surviving corporation and the shareholders and directors of the Corporation prior to the merger constitute a majority of the shareholders and directors, respectively, of the surviving corporation (or its parent)) or (ii) all or substantially all of the Corporation’s assets determined on a consolidated basis.
Corporate Transaction means the consummation, in a single transaction or in a series of related transactions, of any one or more of the following events: