Unrated definition

Unrated means, as to any Borrower, that no senior unsecured long-term debt of such Borrower is rated by S&P and no senior unsecured long-term debt of such Borrower is rated by Moody's.
Unrated literally means that this particular media instance has not been rated. This frequently means that a work has never been self-rated or submitted to a ratings body, either because of the nature of the work (e.g., a sporting event) or for budgetary reasons.
Unrated means any Asset of the Fund which is not rated or has had its rating withdrawn by each of Moody’s, S&P and Fitch.

Examples of Unrated in a sentence

  • This frequently means that a work has never been self-rated or submitted to a ratings body, either because of the nature of the work (e.g., a sporting event) or for budgetary reasons.‘Unrated’ is also used as a marketing term to reflect a work that contains additional material, generally implied as material that would change the rating, often represented something like, “The Unrated Edition”.The rating system does not distinguish between the two.


More Definitions of Unrated

Unrated means, as to any Bank, that no senior unsecured long-term Dollar-denominated debt or deposit obligations of such Bank is rated by S&P and no senior unsecured long-term Dollar-denominated debt or deposit obligations of such Bank is rated by Moody’s.
Unrated means any obligation which is unrated or has had its rating withdrawn by each of Moody’s, S&P and Fitch.
Unrated means any obligation which is unrated or has had its rating withdrawn by any of Fitch, Moody’s, S&P or any Other Rating Agency.
Unrated means, as of any date, that S&P or Moody's, as applicable, on such date has not announced the rating for any class, or has terminated a prior rating for each class, of long-term public or private unsecured debt securities issued by the Company.
Unrated means an MRC Investor for whom S&P does not determine a Rating.
Unrated securitization exposures means securitization exposures other than rated securitization exposures and those treated as if not rated for regulatory capital purposes.