Value Adjustments definition

Value Adjustments means cash lending revenues and other revenues on collateral in respect of a Series of ETP Securities.
Value Adjustments means cash lending revenues and other revenues on collateral in respect of a Series of ETP Securities. 1.2 InterpretationAll capitalised terms used but not defined in these Conditions will have the meanings given to them in the Master Trust Deed, the Trust Deed and/or the Master Definitions Schedule.
Value Adjustments means the positive or negative difference between the Market Value of the Properties, determined by a Valuer in accordance with the then most recent Valuation, and the book value of the Properties.

Examples of Value Adjustments in a sentence

  • Early Withdrawal Charges (including surrender charges, premature use charges) and Market Value Adjustments, if any, will apply to the extent that Customized Payments and other withdrawals exceed the penalty-free withdrawal allowance, if any, otherwise available under the contract at the time that the payment is made.

  • Surrender Charges, Market Value Adjustments, and taxes will be applied, if applicable, as described in this Section or any riders, endorsements or other forms issued in conjunction with this contract.

  • In limited circumstances, amounts can be withdrawn without surrender charges and Market Value Adjustments.

  • Important Note: Early withdrawal Charges (including surrender charges and premature use charges) and Market Value Adjustments, if any, will apply to the extent that total payments distributed exceed the free withdrawal provision of your contract.

  • Changes to the Rateable Value Adjustments will be made to the BID Levy during any Financial Year for changes in rateable values.

  • Surrender Charges, Market Value Adjustments and taxes will be applied and any Non-Vested Premium Bonus will be recovered, if applicable, as described in this Section or any riders, endorsements or other forms issued in conjunction with this contract.

  • Additionally, Lifetime Income Withdrawals are not subject to Withdrawal Charges, Market Value Adjustments or Premium Bonus Vesting Adjustments if applicable.

  • Changes to Rateable Value Adjustments will be made to the BID Xxxx during the current billing period for changes in rateable value.

  • Cash Surrender Value – The greater of the Accumulated Value adjusted for any withdrawals, applicable charges, Market Value Adjustments or the Minimum Guaranteed Contract Value.

  • For qualified contracts, required minimum distribution (RMD) withdrawals are available in all Contract Years and are not subject to Withdrawal Charges, Market Value Adjustments or Premium Bonus Vesting Adjustments if applicable.


More Definitions of Value Adjustments

Value Adjustments means any cash borrowing costs including the daily accrued interest of the Margin Loan, cash lending revenues, stock borrowing costs, revenues on collateral or costs of transaction taxes in respect of a Series of ETP Securities resulting from obtaining leveraged exposure to the Component Security of the relevant Index.

Related to Value Adjustments

  • SOFR Adjustment means 0.10% (10 basis points).

  • Interest Adjustment Rate means the interest adjustment rate assigned to the Security. The initial Interest Adjustment Rate is the interest adjustment rate specified in the Table (the "Initial Interest Adjustment Rate").The Issuer may adjust, in its reasonable discretion pursuant to §315 BGB and in consideration of the relevant capital market practice and by acting in good faith (including market interest rates and the interest-rate expectations of the market), the Interest Adjustment Rate, including the Initial Interest Adjustment Rate, on any Scheduled Trading Day within the range (deviation (+) or (-)) specified in the Table for any given Security. The adjusted rate will be published without undue delay in accordance with §12.