Swiss Branch definition

Swiss Branch means a branch office of U.S. LLC, established under the laws of Switzerland for the purpose of facilitating financing and other transactions among the Borrower and its Subsidiaries.
Swiss Branch shall have the meaning assigned to that term in the definition of “Collateral and Guarantee Requirement”.
Swiss Branch means the Swiss Finance Branch of Tradegro S.à r.l., with identification number CHE-109.980.352, and with its registered address at Bahnhofstrasse 30, 6300 Zug, Switzerland;

Examples of Swiss Branch in a sentence

RINDERKNECHT IF TO GENTA JAGO: GENTA JAGO Technologies B.V. Swiss Branch Grundstrasse 12 CH-6343 Rotkreuz, Switzerland attn.: MANAGEMENT COMMITTEE WITH COPIES TO: RINDERKNECHT GLAUS & STADELHOFER Beethovenstrasse 7 8002 Zurich, Switzerland attn.: DR.

Zuccoli, 19CH-6900 PARADISO Directors Paolo LOGRILLOClient Relationship ManagerCASA4FUNDS SA Luxembourg, Swiss Branch, Paradiso Via L.

The yearly movement however depends on the income or loss of the association before (net) investment income (exclusive the result from the Swiss Branch).

The "centre of main interests" (as that term is used in the Council Regulation (EC) n°1346/2000 of 29 May 2000 on insolvency proceedings) of the Borrower is in Luxembourg, and the Borrower (other than the Swiss Branch) has not any "establishment" (as that term is used in the Council Regulation (EC) n°1346/2000 of 29 May 2000 on insolvency proceedings) outside Luxembourg.

On the liability side only with respect to debts and obligations incurred and entered into by the Swiss Branch and on the assets side only with respect to assets located in Switzerland and, in case of assets located outside Switzerland, only to the extent that the Swiss authorities have access.

The "centre of main interests" (as that term is used in the regulation (EU) 2015/848 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 20 May 2015 on insolvency proceedings (recast) (the “Insolvency Regulation”)) of the Borrower is in Luxembourg, and the Borrower (other than the Swiss Branch) has not any "establishment" (as that term is used in the Insolvency Regulation) outside Luxembourg.

The most significant concern would arise if a Swiss receiver, liquidator or court considering a single ISDA Master Agreement would require a counterparty of the Swiss Branch of Bank F to pay the mark-to-market value of transactions entered into with the Swiss Branch to the liquidator or receiver of the Swiss Branch while at the same time forcing the counterparty to claim in the proceeding in Country H for its net value from other transactions with Bank F under the same ISDA Master Agreement.

Before joining SYZ Group she was heading the Swiss Branch of Candriam (formerly Dexia AM), in charge of the business development for institutional and wholesale clients.

For the conduct of its investment fund distribution activities, the Swiss Branch is subject to the supervision of the Swiss Financial Market Supervisory Authority (FINMA), and has to comply with the self-regulatory provisions of the Swiss Funds Association.

Section 2.03(d)(ix) is hereby amended and restated in its entirety to read as follows: (ix) all Liabilities relating to Precept Programme Management Limited and Navigant Consulting (Europe) Limited, London, Zweigniederlassung Zürich (Swiss Branch).

Related to Swiss Branch

Bank’s London Branch means the London branch office of JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A.
Swiss Borrower means a Borrower incorporated in Switzerland and/or having its registered office in Switzerland and/or qualifying as a Swiss resident pursuant to Art. 9 of the Swiss Federal Withholding Tax Act.
Swiss Franc means the lawful currency of Switzerland.
UK Non-Bank Lender means where a Lender becomes a Party after the day on which this Agreement is entered into, a Lender which gives a Tax Confirmation in the Assignment Agreement or Transfer Certificate which it executes on becoming a Party.
Branch of a company shall mean a place of business not having legal personality which has the appearance of permanency, such as the extension of a parent body, has a management and is materially equipped to negotiate business with third parties so that the latter, although knowing that there will if necessary be a legal link with the parent body, the head office of which is abroad, do not have to deal directly with such parent body but may transact business at the place of business constituting the extension.
UBS AG, New York Branch shall have the meaning assigned to such term in the preamble to this Agreement.
Factory branch means a branch office maintained by a person for the sale of motor vehicles to distributors or for the sale of motor vehicles to motor vehicle dealers, or for directing or supervising, in whole or in part, its representatives in the Commonwealth.
Swiss Guarantor means PharmaSwiss SA, in Zug, Switzerland (CH-, a company limited by shares (Aktiengesellschaft), organized under the laws of Switzerland and any other Guarantor that is organized under the laws of Switzerland.
Rabobank means Coöperatieve Rabobank U.A., New York Branch.
Fortis means Fortis Inc.;
Natixis means Natixis Real Estate Capital LLC and its successors in interest.
Head Office means such office of the Company as the Directors may from time to time determine to be the principal office of the Company;
Swiss Francs means the lawful currency of Switzerland.
Belgium means the Kingdom of Belgium; used in a geographical sense, it means the territory of the Kingdom of Belgium, including the territorial sea and any other area in the sea and in the air within which the Kingdom of Belgium, in accordance with international law, exercises sovereign rights or its jurisdiction;
Mizuho means Mizuho Bank, Ltd.
Facility Office means the office or offices notified by a Lender to the Agent in writing on or before the date it becomes a Lender (or, following that date, by not less than five Business Days’ written notice) as the office or offices through which it will perform its obligations under this Agreement.
Distributor branch means a branch office similarly maintained by a distributor for the same purposes a factory branch is maintained.
Swiss Guidelines means, together, guideline S-02.123 in relation to interbank loans of 22 September 1986 (Merkblatt “Verrechnungssteuer auf Zinsen von Bankguthaben, deren Gläubiger Banken sind (Interbankguthaben)” vom 22. September 1986), guideline S-02.122.1 in relation to bonds of April 1999 (Merkblatt “Obligationen” vom April 1999), guideline S-02.130.1 in relation to money market instruments and book claims of April 1999 (Merkblatt vom April 1999 betreffend Geldmarktpapiere und Buchforderungen inländischer Schuldner), guideline S-02.128 in relation to syndicated credit facilities of January 2000 (Merkblatt “Steuerliche Behandlung von Konsortialdarlehen, Schuldscheindarlehen, Wechseln und Unterbeteiligungen” vom Januar 2000), circular letter No. 34 of 26 July 2011 (1-034-V-2011) in relation to deposits (Kreisschreiben Nr. 34 “Kundenguthaben” vom 26. Juli 2011) and the circular letter No. 15 of 7 February 2007 (1-015-DVS-2007) in relation to bonds and derivative financial instruments as subject matter of taxation of Swiss federal income tax, Swiss withholding tax and Swiss stamp taxes (Kreisschreiben Nr. 15 “Obligationen und derivative Finanzinstrumente als Gegenstand der direkten Bundessteuer, der Verrechnungssteuer und der Stempelabgaben” vom 7. Februar 2007), in each case as issued, amended or replaced from time to time, by the Swiss Federal Tax Administration or as substituted or superseded and overruled by any law, statute, ordinance, court decision, regulation or the like as in force from time to time.
Citibank means Citibank, N.A.
Royal Bank means Royal Bank of Canada.
International banking institution means an international financial institution of which the United States is a member and whose securities are exempt from registration under the Securities Act of 1933.
JPMCB means JPMorgan Chase Bank, N.A.
Swiss Withholding Tax means taxes imposed under the Swiss Withholding Tax Act.
BIC means the Bank Identifier Code;