Definition of Term Debt

Term Debt means on any date, Financial Indebtedness with a scheduled maturity date 12 Months or more from the date on which such Financial Indebtedness was incurred (and for the avoidance of doubt excluding the Facilities and any Ancillary Facility).
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Examples of Term Debt in a sentence

Long Term Debt Long term debt outstanding comprises of loans taken against vehicles.
Short Term Debt (c) High quality short-term debt instruments; Retirement Fund (d) member choice pension scheme; Invesco Regular Investment Plan (e) authorized Invesco managed open-end investment schemes (including, mutual funds, open-ended investment companies or unit trusts but not closed-end funds) by regular saving plan.
Short sales incur the risk of loss when the price of a security underlying the short sale increases and the fund is subject to a higher cost to purchase the Currency Total Short Term Debt Equity Australian Dollar..............................
Long Term Debt: Debt with a maturity of more than one year after the date of issuance.
The Borrower shall use commercially reasonable efforts to obtain and maintain Long Term Debt Ratings with S&P, Moody's and Fitch.