Yield Period definition

Yield Period means (a) with respect to any Portion of Capital funded by the issuance of Notes, (i) initially the period commencing on (and including) the date of the initial Purchase or funding of such Portion of Capital and ending on (but not including) the next occurring Settlement Date, and (ii) thereafter, each period commencing on (and including) the first day after the last day included in the immediately preceding Yield Period for such Portion of Capital and ending on (but not including) the next occurring Settlement Date; and (b) with respect to any Portion of Capital not funded by the issuance of Notes, (i) initially the period commencing on (and including) the date of the initial Purchase or funding of such Portion of Capital and ending such number of days later (including a period of one day) as the Administrator (with the consent or at the direction of the applicable Purchaser Agent) shall select, and (ii) thereafter, each period commencing on the last day of the immediately preceding Yield Period for such Portion of Capital and ending such number of days later (including a period of one day) as the Administrator (with the consent or at the direction of the applicable Purchaser Agent) shall select; provided, that
Yield Period means (x) with respect to any Rate Tranche that is funded or maintained other than through the issuance of Commercial Paper Notes:

Examples of Yield Period in a sentence

  • During any Low Debt Yield Period, in the event that Borrower incurs or is required to incur an extraordinary operating expense not set forth in the Approved Annual Budget relating to the Properties (each an “Extraordinary Operating Expense”), then Borrower shall promptly deliver to Lender a reasonably detailed explanation of such proposed Extraordinary Operating Expense for Lender’s approval.

  • If the Issue is a Variable Yield Issue, the Yield on the Issue is computed separately for each Yield Period selected by the Issuer.

  • Ranking of NotesThe Notes rank pari passu with other unsecured obligations of the Issuer.Type of NotesA Note the nominal principal of which is returned in full on the Redemption Date.Redemption AmountThe full nominal amount of the Note and the Yield for the last Yield Period are repaid to the Noteholder on the Redemption Date.Yield StructureA structured MTN.

  • Upon the request of any Funding Party, delivered to the Lessor (if it is not such Funding Party) and the Company, the Company shall pay to such Funding Party such amount or amounts as shall compensate such Funding Party for any loss, cost or expense incurred by such Funding Party as a result of any payment, prepayment or redemption (pursuant to Section 5.02 or otherwise) of a Lessor Investment or Lease Participant Investment on a date other than the last day of the Yield Period therefor.

  • If the Issue is a Variable Yield Issue, the Yield on the Issue is computed separately for each Yield Period selected by the District.


More Definitions of Yield Period

Yield Period means, in the case of any Capital Investment made at the Adjusted LIBO Rate, (a) initially, the period commencing on the date such Capital Investment is made or on the date of conversion of a Capital Investment made at the Alternate Base Rate to a Capital Investment made at the Adjusted LIBO Rate and ending one, two, or three months thereafter, as selected by the Seller in its Notice of Purchase and (b) thereafter, if such Capital Investment is continued, in whole or in part, as a Capital Investment made at the Adjusted LIBO Rate, a period commencing on the last day of the immediately preceding Yield Period therefor and ending one, two, or three months thereafter, as selected by the Seller in its Notice of Conversion or Continuation given to the Agent; provided, however, that all of the foregoing provisions relating to Yield Periods in respect of Capital Investment made at the Adjusted LIBO Rates are subject to the following:
Yield Period means, with respect to any Purchaser’s Capital (or any portion thereof), (a) before the Termination Date: (i) initially, the period commencing on the date of the Investment pursuant to which such Capital (or portion thereof) is funded by a Purchaser to the Seller pursuant to Section 2.01 (or in the case of any fees payable hereunder, commencing on the Closing Date) and ending on (but not including) the end of the applicable Settlement Period and (ii) thereafter, each Settlement Period and (b) on and after the Termination Date, such period (including a period of one day) as shall be selected from time to time by the Administrative Agent (with the consent or at the direction of the Majority Group Agents) or, in the absence of any such selection, each Settlement Period.
Yield Period means with respect to any Undivided Interest (or portion thereof):
Yield Period means, in the case of the first Yield Period, the period that commences on the Issuance Date and ends at the close of business on the first Computation Date and, in the case of each succeeding Yield Period, the period that begins immediately after the end of the immediately preceding Yield Period and ends at the close of business on the next succeeding Computation Date.