Subordinated Liabilities definition

Subordinated Liabilities means liabilities subordinated to the Borrower’s obligations to the Bank in a manner acceptable to the Bank in its sole discretion.
Subordinated Liabilities means liabilities subordinated to the Obligations in a manner acceptable to Agent in its sole discretion.
Subordinated Liabilities means all indebtedness owed or expressed to be owed by the Borrowers to a Subordinated Creditor whether under the Subordinated Finance Documents or otherwise.

Examples of Subordinated Liabilities in a sentence

  • If there are any other terms relating to the Subordinated Liabilities existing at the date hereof and not comprised in this Agreement, such terms shall be of no further force and effect.

  • Subordinated Liabilities Subordinated liabilities are those liabilities which at the event of winding up are subordinate to the claims of depositors, debt securities issued and other creditors.

  • The parties hereto jointly and severally acknowledge that this Agreement forms the entire agreement relating to the Subordinated Liabilities.

  • If there are any other terms relating to the Subordinated Liabilities existing at the date of this Agreement and not comprised in it such terms shall be of no further force and effect.

  • Subordinated Liabilities These comprise of liabilities subordinated, at the event of winding up, to the claims of depositors, debt securities issued and other creditors.


More Definitions of Subordinated Liabilities

Subordinated Liabilities. ’ means the Notes and any relative Coupons and all other Liabilities of the Issuer in respect of indebtedness which is both unsecured and subordinated by its terms in right of payment to unsubordinated Liabilities of the Issuer in any Insolvency of the Issuer.
Subordinated Liabilities means all present and future sums liabilities and obligations payable or owing by the Borrower to the Lender (whether actual or contingent, jointly or severally or otherwise) in respect of the Loan and all [interest]* costs charges and expenses due and payable thereon.
Subordinated Liabilities means (a) all money and Liabilities now or in future due or owing to a Subordinated Creditor by any member of the Group under a Subordinated Creditor Document and (b) any liability of the Company in respect of declared dividends.
Subordinated Liabilities means liabilities subordinated to the Borrower’s obligations to FCW in a manner acceptable to FCW in its sole discretion.
Subordinated Liabilities means all Liabilities to the Lender in respect of the Loan and all interest payable thereon.
Subordinated Liabilities means all Liabilities to the Lender in respect of the Loan or each Advance made under this Agreement and all interest payable thereon;
Subordinated Liabilities means the Liabilities (for the avoidance of doubt, excluding the Bondco Liabilities) owed to the Subordinated Creditors by the Parent or any other member of the Group under each document or instrument setting out the terms of any credit facility, loan, notes, indenture or debt security or, as the case may be, any undocumented arrangement (whether by way of book entry or otherwise) establishing the same.