Subscription Limit definition

Subscription Limit means any applicable limit on the Issuer’s ability to fund newly issued ETP Securities pursuant to the terms of the LS Operating Procedures Agreement or the LS Margin Account Agreement, as may be amended from time to time.
Subscription Limit means any applicable limit on the Issuer’s ability to issue new Notes pursuant to the terms of the Operating Procedures Agreement, as may be amended from time to time.
Subscription Limit means any applicable limit on the Issuer’s ability to issue ETI Securities, as may be notified by the Issuer to each Authorised Participant from time to time.

Examples of Subscription Limit in a sentence

  • Total subscriptions to your account in any Tax Year must not exceed the Annual Subscription Limit.

  • Depending on how funds and/or investments are added to your account, they may or may not count towards the Annual Subscription Limit.

  • The current Annual Subscription Limit, which is subject to change, is stated on our website and is available from HMRC.

  • Where the value of transferred shares is likely to exceed the Annual Subscription Limit, you must specify to us the number or value of shares to be transferred into the account or the value of subscription you wish to achieve.

  • Annual Subscription Limit The maximum amount permitted to be subscribed to any of your ISAs within any given Tax Year under the ISA Regulations, which is subject to change.


More Definitions of Subscription Limit

Subscription Limit has the meaning given to it in clause 3.1;
Subscription Limit means the maximum amount which you can subscribe to an ISA in any Tax Year as set out in the Key Facts;
Subscription Limit means with respect to (A) a person who beneficially owns less than 7.5% of the Common Stock outstanding as of the date hereof, 14.9% of the shares of Common Stock outstanding on the Exercise Date (taking into account any shares to be issued to the Underwriters) and (B) a person who beneficially owns 7.5% or more of the Common Stock outstanding as of the date hereof, a percentage which is equal to the lesser of (a) the percentage of the shares of Common Stock outstanding as of the Exercise Date (taking into account any shares to be issued to the Underwriters) that is 7.5% more than the percentage of that person's beneficial ownership of the shares of Common Stock outstanding as of the date hereof or (b) 19.9% of the shares of Common Stock outstanding as of the Exercise Date (taking into account any shares to be issued to the Underwriters). The term "beneficial ownership" is used as defined in Section 13 of the Exchange Act and the regulations promulgated thereunder.
Subscription Limit means the limit on Program LLC membership
Subscription Limit means the aggregate of One Million One Hundred Fifty Two Thousand Six Hundred and Ninety Nine (1,152,599) common shares of the Corporation on the basis of three (3) common shares for each common share of the Corporation issued p to the exercise of the Option Shares. If within three hundred and sixty five days (365) days from the date upon which notice of such exercise was, or was deemed to be, received by the Holder, the Holder has failed to exercise the Warrant with respect to that number of Common Shares he is entitled to purchase on the issuance of Option Shares in accordance with the terms of this Warrant, then the number of Underlying Shares issuable upon exercise of this Warrant as a result of the issuance of said Option Shares shall be reduced by such amount;
Subscription Limit means any applicable limit on the Issuer’s ability to issue new Securities.
Subscription Limit means the maximum amount which you can subscribe to an ISA or Junior ISA in any Tax Year.