Definition of Temporary Advance Rate


Temporary Advance Rate means, with respect to any period, the rate equal to (i) the sum of the average LIBOR Rate during such period (expressed as an annual rate) plus three percent (3.0%) per annum, multiplied by (ii) a fraction, the numerator of which is the number of days in such period and the denominator of which is 365; provided that the Temporary Advance Rate for any Temporary Advance outstanding for less than four (4) days shall equal zero.

Examples of Temporary Advance Rate in a sentence

Such Temporary Advances plus interest at the Temporary Advance Rate shall be returned from any Capital Contributions by the Members under Section 3.1, with any unreturned Temporary Advances plus interest at the Temporary Advance Rate paid as set forth in Section 5.1.
Such Temporary Advances plus interest at the Temporary Advance Rate shall be repaid from the other Member's Capital Contributions under Section 3.1, with any unreturned Temporary Advances plus interest at the Temporary Advance Rate paid as set forth in Section 5.1.
Each Temporary Advance plus interest at the Temporary Advance Rate shall constitute an obligation of the Fund to the BDC and shall be returned by the Fund to the BDC.
Such Temporary Advances plus interest at the Temporary Advance Rate shall be repaid in cash from the other Member's Capital Contributions under Section 3.1, with any unreturned Temporary Advances plus interest at the Temporary Advance Rate paid as set forth in Section 5.1.
Such Temporary Advances plus interest at the Temporary Advance Rate shall be returned from any Capital Contributions by the non-advancing Members under Section 3.1, with any unreturned Temporary Advances plus interest at the Temporary Advance Rate paid as set forth in Section 5.1.