Amortisation Yield means the rate per annum (expressed as a percentage) used to calculate the Amortised Nominal Amount of a Zero Coupon Note, in accordance with the provisions of Condition 7.5.1.
Portfolio Adjusted Yield means, with respect to any Transfer Date, the average of the percentages obtained for each of the three preceding Monthly Periods by subtracting the Base Rate from the Portfolio Yield for such Monthly Period and deducting 0.5% from the result for each Monthly Period.
Fitch Discount Factor means the discount factors set forth in the Fitch Guidelines for use in calculating the Agency Discounted Value of the Company’s assets in connection with Fitch’s ratings then assigned on the Preferred Shares.
Fixed Retained Yield Rate With respect to each Mortgage Loan, a per annum rate equal to the greater of (a) zero and (b) the Mortgage Interest Rate on such Mortgage Loan minus the sum of (i) 6.500%, (ii) the applicable Servicing Fee Rate and (iii) the Master Servicing Fee Rate.
Yield to Maturity means the yield to maturity on a series of securities, calculated at the time of issuance of such series, or, if applicable, at the most recent redetermination of interest on such series, and calculated in accordance with accepted financial practice.
NOPAT means cash adjusted net operating profits after taxes for the Plan Year, calculated as follows:
Peak tube potential means the maximum value of the potential difference across the x-ray tube during an exposure.
S&P Discount Factor means for purposes of determining the Discounted Value of any S&P Eligible Asset, the percentage determined by reference to the rating on such asset and the shortest Exposure Period set forth opposite such rating that is the same length as or is longer than the S&P Exposure Period, in accordance with the table set forth below:
Moody’s Discount Factor means, for purposes of determining the Discounted Value of any Moody's Eligible Asset, the percentage determined as follows. The Moody's Discount Factor for any Moody's Eligible Asset other than the securities set forth below will be the percentage provided in writing by Moody's.
Portfolio Yield means, with respect to any Monthly Period, the annualized percentage equivalent of a fraction, the numerator of which is (a) the amount of Available Funds allocated to the MBNAseries pursuant to Section 501 of the Indenture, plus (b) any Interest Funding sub-Account Earnings on the related Transfer Date, plus (c) any amounts to be treated as MBNAseries Available Funds pursuant to Sections 3.20(d) and 3.27(a) of the Indenture Supplement, plus (d) the MBNAseries Servicer Interchange for such Monthly Period, minus (e) the excess, if any, of the sum of the PFA Prefunding Earnings Shortfall plus the PFA Accumulation Earnings Shortfall over the sum of the aggregate amount to be treated as MBNAseries Available Funds for such Monthly Period pursuant to Sections 3.04(a)(ii) and 3.25(a) of the Indenture Supplement plus any other amounts applied to cover earnings shortfalls on amounts in the Principal Funding sub-Account for any tranche of MBNAseries Notes for such Monthly Period, minus (f) the MBNAseries Investor Default Amount for such Monthly Period, and the denominator of which is the Weighted Average Available Funds Allocation Amount for the MBNAseries for such Monthly Period.
Grade point average or "GPA" means the grade point average earned by an eligible student and reported by the high school or participating institution in which the student was enrolled based on a scale of 4.0 or its equivalent if the high school or participating institution that the student attends does not use the 4.0 grade scale;
Class X Strip Rate With respect to each Component for any Distribution Date, a rate per annum equal to: (i) the WAC Rate for such Distribution Date, minus (ii) the Pass-Through Rate for the Corresponding Certificates.
Class Factor As to any date of determination and any Class of Certificates (other than the Interest Only Classes and the Residual Certificates), a fraction the numerator of which is (i) the aggregate of the denominations of all Certificates of such Class plus, in the case of each Accrual Class, all interest that has accrued on the Certificates of such Class prior to such date of determination and been added to the Class Balance thereof, less (ii) the aggregate amount of all Principal Distribution Amounts, if any, allocable thereto prior to such date of determination and the denominator of which is the original Class Balance of such Class. As to any date of determination and any Interest Only Class, a fraction, the numerator of which is the percentage of the balance specified for such purpose under “Reference Sheet–Notional Classes” in the Prospectus Supplement (or, if applicable, the sum of the applicable percentages of the balances so specified) and the denominator of which is the original Class Balance thereof. Code: The Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, including any successor or amendatory provisions.
Loss Factor means the scaling factor determined in accordance with clause 7 and applied by the reconciliation manager to volumes of electricity measured or estimated in respect of ICPs on the Network, in order to reflect the impact of the ICP on Losses within the Network;
LTM Fee Revenue has the meaning set forth in Section 7.2.2(c).
Undercollateralized Group With respect to any Distribution Date and Loan Group, as to which the aggregate Class Certificate Principal Balance and Component Principal Balance of the related classes of Senior Certificates and Principal-Only Component, after giving effect to distributions pursuant to Section 5.01(a) on such date, is greater than the Loan Group Balance of the related Loan Group for such Distribution Date.
Loan Group 4 The Group 4 Mortgage Loans.
Emission Reduction Credits means emission reductions that have been authorized by a local air pollution control district pursuant to California Health and Safety Code, Division 26 Air Resources, Sections 40709 and 40709.5, whereby such district has established a system by which all reductions in the emission of air contaminants that are to be used to offset certain future increases in the emission of air contaminants shall be banked prior to use to offset future increases in emissions.
SBI 1 Year MCLR Rate means 1 year Marginal Cost of Funds Based Lending Rate (MCLR) fixed by State Bank of India (SBI) / any replacement thereof by SBI for the time being in effect applicable for 1 year period, as on 1st April of the respective financial year in accordance with regulations and guidelines of Reserve Bank of India. In absence of such rate, any other arrangement that substitutes such rate as mutually agreed to by the Parties.
Class X-1 Strip Rate With respect to any Distribution Date, the amount, if any, by which (i) the Weighted Average Net Mortgage Rate for such Distribution Date exceeds (ii) the sum of the Class LA-1-2-A Component Class X-2 Strip Rate and the Class A-1 Pass-Through Rate for such Distribution Date.
Accrual Yield means the rate specified as such in the applicable Final Terms; and
Points refers to Citi ThankYou Points or ThankYou Points earned on your Citi Corporate Card;
Annualised Premium means the premium amount payable in a year chosen by the policyholder, excluding the taxes, rider premiums, underwriting extra premiums and loadings for modal premiums, if any as specified in the Schedule.
Floating Profit/Loss in a CFD shall mean current profit/loss on Open Positions calculated at the current Quotes (added any commissions or fees if applicable).
PM10 emissions means finely divided solid or liquid material, with an aerodynamic diameter less than or equal to a nominal 10 micrometers emitted to the ambient air as measured by an applicable reference method, or an equivalent or alternative method, specified by the United States Environmental Protection Agency or by a test method specified in an approved State Implementation Plan.
Interest Factor means monthly compounding, discounting or annuitizing, as applicable, at a rate set forth in Exhibit A.