Retained Excess Cash Flow Amount definition

Retained Excess Cash Flow Amount means, at any date of determination, an amount, determined on a cumulative basis, that is equal to the aggregate cumulative sum of the Excess Cash Flow that is not required to be applied as a mandatory prepayment under Section 2.11(b)(i) for all Excess Cash Flow Periods ending after the Closing Date and prior to such date; provided that such amount shall not be less than zero for any Excess Cash Flow Period.
Retained Excess Cash Flow Amount means, with respect to any Excess Cash Flow Payment Period, an amount equal to the Retained ECF Percentage multiplied by Excess Cash Flow for such Excess Cash Flow Payment Period.
Retained Excess Cash Flow Amount shall initially be $0, which amount shall be (A) increased on each Excess Cash Payment Date so long as any repayment required pursuant to Section 5.02(f) has been made, by an amount equal to the Adjusted Excess Cash Flow for the immediately preceding Excess Cash Flow Payment Period multiplied by a percentage equal to 100% minus the Applicable Prepayment Percentage, and (B) reduced (i) on each Excess Cash Payment Date where Adjusted Excess Cash Flow for the immediately preceding Excess Cash Flow Payment Period is a negative number, by such amount, and (ii) at the time any cash is used to redeem, repurchase and/or otherwise make payments in respect of Existing Senior Notes, Permitted Senior Notes and/or Permitted Refinancing Senior Notes in reliance on the proviso appearing in Section 10.09(a)(i)(z), by the amount of the cash so used (it being understood that the Retained Excess Cash Flow Amount may be reduced to an amount below zero after giving effect to the reductions enumerated in clause (B) above).

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More Definitions of Retained Excess Cash Flow Amount

Retained Excess Cash Flow Amount means, as at any date of determination, an amount determined on a cumulative basis equal to, without duplication, (a) the cumulative amount of Excess Cash Flow for all Excess Cash Flow Periods completed prior to such date, plus (b) the cumulative amount of all Declined Prepayment Amounts, plus (c) the net cash proceeds of any sale of Qualified Equity Interests by, or capital contribution to the common equity of, the Borrower, minus (d) the amount of such Excess Cash Flow required to be applied to prepay the Loans pursuant to Section 2.08(d) during or with respect to such applicable Excess Cash Flow Periods (without giving effect to any reduction in respect of prepayments of Indebtedness as provided in clauses (ii)(a) and (b) thereof), minus (e) the cumulative amount of Restricted Payments made with Retained Excess Cash Flow from and after the Closing Date and on or prior to such time, minus (f) the cumulative amount of Investments made with Retained Excess Cash Flow from and after the Closing Date and on or prior to such time (net of any dividends, distributions, profits, returns or similar amounts in respect of any such Investments).
Retained Excess Cash Flow Amount as at the date of any determination, an amount, not less than zero and determined on a cumulative basis, that is equal to, for any fiscal year ending on or after December 31, 2016, 100% of the aggregate cumulative sum of Excess Cash Flow that the Borrower is not required to apply to make a prepayment pursuant to Section 4.2(c) before giving effect to any deductions to such required prepayment on account of voluntary prepayments and Dutch Auction purchases pursuant to clause (ii) of Section 4.2(c). For the avoidance of doubt, the Retained Excess Cash Flow Amount for the fiscal year ending December 31, 2016 shall be calculated (a) based on the calculation of Excess Cash Flow that is pro rated for a partial fiscal year in accordance with Section 4.2(c) and (b) without giving effect to the cap on the Excess Cash Flow required prepayment for such fiscal year set forth in Section 4.2(c).
Retained Excess Cash Flow Amount means, with respect to any Excess Cash Flow Payment Period, an amount (which shall not be less than zero) equal to the Retained ECF Percentage multiplied by Excess Cash Flow for such Excess Cash Flow Payment Period.
Retained Excess Cash Flow Amount means, at any date, an amount, not less than zero in the aggregate, determined on a cumulative basis equal to the aggregate cumulative sum of the Retained Percentage of Excess Cash Flow for all Excess Cash Flow Periods ending after the Restatement Effective Date and prior to such date; provided that, (i) to the extent that any or all of the Excess Cash Flow attributable to Restricted Subsidiaries that are Foreign Subsidiaries are prohibited or delayed by applicable local law or applicable organizational documents of such Foreign Subsidiary from being repatriated to a Borrower, the portion of such Excess Cash Flow so affected will not be included in the calculation of the Retained Excess Cash Flow Amount for so long, but only so long, as the applicable local law or applicable organizational documents of such Foreign Subsidiary will not permit repatriation to either Borrower, and if within one year following the date on which such restriction first arose, such repatriation of any of such affected Excess Cash Flow is permitted under the applicable local law or applicable organizational documents of such Foreign Subsidiary, such repatriation will be immediately effected and such repatriated Excess Cash Flow will be included in the calculation of the Retained Excess Cash Flow Amount or (ii) to the extent that the Parent has determined in good faith, after consultation with the Administrative Agent, that repatriation to a Borrower of any of or all the Excess Cash Flow attributable to Restricted Subsidiaries that are Foreign Subsidiaries would have adverse tax consequences (including any reduction in tax attributes) (provided that, in any event, such Borrower shall use commercially reasonable efforts to eliminate such tax effect in their reasonable control in order to make such repatriation and repayment) with respect to such Excess Cash Flow, such Excess Cash Flow so affected will not be included in the calculation of the Retained Excess Cash Flow Amount for so long, but only so long, as the applicable adverse tax consequences with respect to such Excess Cash Flow remain, and if within one year following the date on which such adverse tax consequences first arose, such repatriation of any of such affected Excess Cash Flow would no longer have adverse tax consequences, such repatriation will be immediately effected and such repatriated Excess Cash Flow will be included in the calculation of the Retained Excess Cash Flow Amount.
Retained Excess Cash Flow Amount means, at any date of determination, an amount equal to (a) the sum of the amounts of Excess Cash Flow for all Excess Cash Flow Periods ending on or prior to the date of determination for which the amount of Excess Cash Flow shall have been calculated as provided in Section 6.02(a) and with respect to which any payment required under Section 2.05(b)(i) has been paid, minus (b) the sum at the time of determination of the aggregate amount of prepayments required to be made pursuant to Section 2.05(b)(i) through the date of determination calculated without regard to any reduction in such sum that resulted from voluntary prepayments of the Term Loans or Revolving Credit Loans referred to in Section 2.05(b)(i); provided, that for any Excess Cash Flow Period with negative Excess Cash Flow (such period, “NCF Period”), the aggregate cumulative Retained Excess Cash Flow Amount for such NCF Period shall be reduced (but in no event below zero) by the amount by which the Retained Excess Cash Flow Amount would have increased with respect to such NCF Period if the amount of such Excess Cash Flow for such NCF Period had been equal to the absolute value thereof.
Retained Excess Cash Flow Amount at any date of determination, an amount equal to:
Retained Excess Cash Flow Amount has the meaning assigned to such term in the definition ofAvailable Amount”.