Definition of Temporary Global Bond


Temporary Global Bond means the temporary global Bond to be issued by the Issuer pursuant to Clause 3.1 (The Global Bonds) representing the Bonds, in or substantially in the form set out in Schedule 1 (Form of Temporary Global Bond);
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Examples of Temporary Global Bond in a sentence

Simultaneously with the authentication of Regulation S Permanent Global Bonds, the Trustee shall cancel the Regulation S Temporary Global Bond.
The aggregate principal amount of a Regulation S Temporary Global Bond and the Regulation S Permanent Global Bonds may from time to time be increased or decreased by adjustments made on the records of the Trustee and the Depositary or its nominee, as the case may be, in connection with transfers of interest as hereinafter provided.
Following the termination of the Restricted Period, beneficial interests in a Regulation S Temporary Global Bond shall be exchanged for beneficial interests in Regulation S Permanent Global Bonds pursuant to the Applicable Procedures.
The provisions of the "OPERATING PROCEDURES OF THE EUROCLEAR SYSTEM" and "TERMS AND CONDITIONS GOVERNING USE OF EUROCLEAR" and the "GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF CEDELBANK" and "CUSTOMER HANDBOOK" of Cedel shall be applicable to transfers of beneficial interests in a Regulation S Temporary Global Bond and the Regulation S Global Bonds that are held by Participants through Euroclear or Cedel.
Until this Regulation S Temporary Global Bond is exchanged for one or more Regulation S Permanent Global Bonds, the Holder hereof shall not be entitled to receive payments of interest hereon; until so exchanged in full, this Regulation S Temporary Global Bond shall in all other respects be entitled to the same benefits as other Bonds under the Indenture.