Business Plans Sample Clauses

Business Plans. The Approved Full-Term Operating Business -------------- Plan and Approved Annual Operating Business Plan, if any, have been prepared in all material respects in accordance with GAAP (except for the treatment of Indebtedness owing to the FCC, which has been reflected in such plans at historical cost).
Business Plans. The Business Plans accurately state in all material respects all costs and expenses incurred and to be incurred in connection with the business of the Borrower and IMPSAT as applicable. All projections and budgets furnished or to be furnished to the Lenders by or on behalf of the Borrower and IMPSAT and the summaries of significant assumptions related thereto, including (without limitation) all information in the Business Plans: (1) have been and will be prepared with due care; (2) fairly present, and will fairly present, in all material respects, the expectations of the Borrower and IMPSAT as to the matters covered thereby, and (3) are based on, and will be based on, reasonable assumptions as to all factual and legal matters relative to the estimates therein.
Business Plans. As promptly as possible, but in no event later than July 15, 2010 (and, as applicable, with current information as of June 30, 2010) the Manager shall deliver to the Initial Member written plans (each, a “Business Plan”) detailing the strategy to be used by it in managing and disposing of the assets of the Company in respect of all of the Loans for achieving the Company’s purposes with respect thereto, in conformance with the Servicing Standard, based, to the extent appropriate, on information gathered by the Company with respect to the Loans, which shall include (i) individual Business Plans for each of the ten (10) largest Loans based on their Unpaid Principal Balance as of the Cut-Off Date (as set forth on the Loan Schedule), and (ii) a consolidated Business Plan covering all Loans (a “Consolidated Business Plan”). With respect to the first such Business Plans and Consolidated Business Plan, the Manager shall meet with the Initial Member as reasonably requested by the Initial Member from time to time during the thirty (30) Business Days following the Initial Member’s receipt of the same, to review and discuss such Business Plans and Consolidated Business Plan, including changes thereto suggested by the Initial Member. Within thirty (30) Business Days following expiration of such review period, the Manager will deliver to the Initial member a final version of such Business Plans and Consolidated Business Plan reflecting such changes as the Manager considers to be appropriate in light of its discussions with the Initial Member during such review period. The Manager shall thereafter review and revise each Business Plan and Consolidated Business Plan as the circumstances may require, and in any event provide periodic updates to such Business Plans (and for each such update, the same shall cover the ten (10) largest Loans based on their Unpaid Principal Balance as of the time of such update) and Consolidated Business Plan to the Initial Member, in January (current as of December 31 of the immediately preceding year) and July (current as of June 30 of such year) of each year, commencing in January 2011, with each such periodic update to de delivered as part of the Monthly Reports due at such time pursuant to Section 7.4(b), Upon reasonable notice by the Initial Member, the Company shall make its personnel who are familiar with such Business Plans and Consolidated Business Plans available during normal business hours for the purposes of discussing such Busines...
Business Plans. On or before November 30 of each year, the Managers of the Company shall, in consultation with BAM, develop a business plan and budget for the Company (including HoldCo Sub and OpCo) (the "Business Plan") for the following calendar year of HoldCo (and HoldCo Sub and OpCo). The Business Plan for the period between the Effective Date and December 31, 1999 is attached hereto as Schedule D. Each subsequent Business Plan shall be submitted to the Members for review and, subject to the second following sentence, comment, and shall be adopted only with the mutual consent of BAM and CCIC Member. The Company shall use commercially reasonable efforts to, and cause each of HoldCo Sub and OpCo to, conduct their respective businesses in accordance with the then current Business Plan. If by the first date of any year the proposed Business Plan for that year has not been adopted, the Business Plan for such year shall be deemed to be the expense portion of the Business Plan in effect for the preceding year increased, at the discretion of CCIC Member, to an amount not to exceed the sum of:
Business Plans. Not less than 30 days prior to the end of each year, a business plan for the Paging Business of Borrower for the following year setting forth in reasonable detail the projected Operating Cash Flow, Capital Expenditures and operations budget of such Paging Business and of Borrower, and such other information as Lenders reasonably may request, for such following year.
Business Plans. Copies of the Business Plans, together with a certificate of the chief or principal accounting or financial officer of IMPSAT, dated the Closing Date, certifying as to the reasonableness of the assumptions and expectations contained therein and that there are presently no facts known to such Person that would make either Business Plan misleading in any material respect.
Business Plans. Before the end of each year, a business plan for the following year setting forth in reasonable detail the projected operations budget of the Borrower's business for such year and such other information as Lenders reasonably may request, for such following year.
Business Plans. The Manager shall prepare and submit a proposed business plan to the RTI Member for its approval at least 90 days prior to the end of each Fiscal Year. Each such proposed business plan shall be subject to the approval of the RTI Member and when and if such proposed business plan is approved by the RTI Member or any other Member, it shall constitute and be referred to as a “Business Plan.” The Manager shall implement the Business Plan (once so approved) and shall be authorized, without the need for further approval by the RTI Member, to make the expenditures and incur the obligations provided for in the Business Plan. In the event of any material change in any item indicated in the Business Plan, the Manager shall promptly notify the RTI Member and, if requested by the RTI Member, shall prepare and submit to the RTI Member for approval, a revised proposed business plan reflecting such material change.
Business Plans. No later than sixty (60) days prior to the end of each fiscal year of the Company, (i) JNKI shall cause the Japan Management to provide a comprehensive draft of the proposed Japan Business Plan for the upcoming fiscal year to the Board and (ii) Hudson shall cause the RoW Management to provide a comprehensive draft of the proposed RoW Business Plan for the upcoming fiscal year to the Board (each of the proposed Japan Business Plan and the proposed RoW Business Plan, the “Proposed Business Plans”). The Proposed Business Plans for the next fiscal year shall be finalized and approved by the Board no later than December 15 of the then-current fiscal year. The Board shall approve of the Proposed Business Plans, except that, with respect to any line item(s) that are not within the required parameters or are otherwise not approved by the Board, the line item(s) of the previous approved Japan Business Plan or RoW Business Plan (as applicable) shall continue to apply, and the Company shall conduct its business in accordance therewith, until the Board approval is obtained. Hudson and JNKI shall meet at least once each quarter of the fiscal year, at a time, place and location that is mutually agreed, to engage in discussions and exchange information regarding the progress and results (as well as any estimates or revisions with respect thereto) of the Japan Business Plan and RoW Business Plan, respectively. In connection with such discussions, and otherwise from time to time, the Board may amend the Japan Business Plan and/or RoW Business Plan.