Significant Investment definition

Significant Investment means any acquisition by the Borrower or a Subsidiary of more than 50% (but less than 100%) of the Equity Interests in a Person (such Person, the “Subject Person”), so long as such acquisition is permitted by Section 6.04.
Significant Investment means a capital equipment investment in property associated with a wind generation facility that the owner has demonstrated to the department will extend the useful life of the wind generation facility by more than 5 years of 50 percent or greater of the initial capital equipment investment. The equipment project must be completed in three years or less. Should a facility remove all wind turbines and existing pads and install new wind turbines on new pads, the facility is a new facility and not a repurposed facility.
Significant Investment means an investment with a purchase price in excess of $500 million. To the extent that as a result of the investment the consolidated Debt of Comcast would increase, the purchase price for such investment shall be deemed to include a pro rata portion (corresponding to the percentage of the business or entity acquired pursuant to the investment) of the value of such incremental Debt.

Examples of Significant Investment in a sentence

  • QR Network will undertake the development of an Extension (including a Significant Investment) if Access Seekers (or their Customers) enter into User Funding Agreements which provides funding for all the projected cost of an Extension which QR Network does not wish to fund, except for any funding which QR Network is obliged to fund in the circumstances set out in paragraph (f).

  • Significant Investment - Greater than 5% of net assets.f - Level 2 Investment.

  • Access Seekers (excluding any TOA Access Seekers) or their Customers may choose to cease negotiating Access Conditions and enter a User Funding Agreement in respect of the proportion of the projected costs of the Significant Investment that the Access Rights they are seeking represent of the Planned Capacity to be created by the Significant Investment.

  • Access Seekers or their Customers may choose to cease negotiating Access Conditions and enter a User Funding Agreement in respect of the proportion of the projected costs of the Significant Investment that the Access Rights they are seeking represent of the Planned Capacity to be created by the Significant Investment.

  • Significant Investment - Greater than 5% of net assets.f - Level 2 Investment.g - Illiquid.


More Definitions of Significant Investment

Significant Investment means each Investment or series of related Investments of at least $1,000,000 made pursuant to Section 9.05(xx) or (xxi).
Significant Investment means an Investment or series of related Investments, taken together, valued at more than 50% of the Collateral Value that is in excess of the then-applicable Threshold Amount.
Significant Investment means, with respect to any Person, the ownership of equity interests in such Person that (a) entitle the holder thereof to at least 19% of the profits and losses of, or distributions of assets from, such Person and (b) either (i) constitute at least 19% of the voting securities of such Person or (ii) entitle the holder thereof to appoint or designate at least one member of the board of directors, board of managers, or similar governing body of (A) such Person or (B) such Person’s general partner, managing member, or similar Person having the ultimate authority to manage the business and affairs of such Person.
Significant Investment in the service means the cost of implementing such programmes as introducing a food waste collection to all flats in the city. The panel would like to explore with the recycling team various ideas that might increase the recycling rate which do not require significant investment.
Significant Investment any investment in a Person by a Shareholder that results in such Shareholder (i) designating one or more members to the board of directors (or equivalent governing body) of such Person or (ii) otherwise acquiring the ability to exercise control over such Person.
Significant Investment means a reasonable amount, considering the reasonable capital requirements of the dealership, acquired and obtained from sources other than the licensee or any of its affiliates and not encumbered by the person's interest in the dealership.
Significant Investment means an interest or interests in one or more voting shares in a company and the total votes attached to that share, or those shares, is not less than 10% of the total votes attached to all the voting shares in the company (adapted from the definition of 10% Shareholders in the Singapore Code of Corporate Governance 2011).