Index. The index specified in the related Mortgage Note for calculation of the Mortgage Rate thereof. Initial LIBOR Rate: 1.10%.
Index. The “Index” for any Plan Year shall be the aggregate annual after-tax income from the life insurance contracts described hereinafter as defined by FASB Technical Bulletin 85-4. This Index shall be applied as if such insurance contracts were purchased on December 31, 2003. Insurance Company: Jefferson Pilot Life Insurance Company Policy Form: Single Premium Adjustable Life Policy Name: ESP VI Insured’s Age and Sex: 52, Male Riders: None Ratings: None Option: Level Face Amount: $222,000 Premiums Paid $94,500 Number of Premium Payments Single Assumed Purchase Date December 28, 2001 Insurance Company Mass Mutual Life Insurance Company Policy Form: Single Premium Adjustable Life Policy Name: Strategic Life Executive Insured’s Age and Sex: 53, Male Riders: None Ratings: None Option: Level Face Amount: $230,580 Premiums Paid $94,500 Number of Premium Payments Single Assumed Purchase Date December 28, 2001 If such contracts of life insurance are actually purchased by the Bank then the actual policies as of the dates they were purchased shall be used in calculations under this Agreement. If such contracts of life insurance are not purchased or are subsequently surrendered or lapsed, then the Bank shall receive annual policy illustrations that assume the above-described policies were purchased from the above named insurance company(ies) on the Effective Date from which the increase in policy value will be used to calculate the amount of the Index. In either case, references to the life insurance contract are merely for purposes of calculating a benefit. The Bank has no obligation to purchase such life insurance and, if purchased, the Executive and the Executive’s beneficiary(ies) shall have no ownership interest in such policy and shall always have no greater interest in the benefits under this Agreement than that of an unsecured general creditor of the Bank. Any reference to a specific insurance contract under this Subparagraph I (G) also includes a reference to a replacement contract that has replaced the specifically referenced insurance contract through an exchange qualifying under Section 1035 of the Internal Revenue Code.
Index. 1. APPOINTMENT AND DELIVERY OF DOCUMENTS 1 2. DUTIES OF GFS 2 3. FEES AND EXPENSES 3 4. STANDARD OF CARE, INDEMNIFICATION AND RELIANCE 4 5. LIMITATION OF SHAREHOLDER AND TRUSTEE LIABILITY 6 6. EXPENSES ASSUMED BY THE TRUST 6 7. REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES 7 8. CONFIDENTIALITY 7 9. PROPRIETARY INFORMATION 8 10. ADDITIONAL FUNDS AND CLASSES 9 11. ASSIGNMENT AND SUBCONTRACTING 9 12. EFFECTIVE DATE, TERM AND TERMINATION 9 13. LIAISON WITH ACCOUNTANTS/ATTORNEYS 10 14. MISCELLANEOUS 10 FORETHOUGHT VARIABLE INSURANCE TRUST FUND SERVICES AGREEMENT THIS FUND SERVICES AGREEMENT (this “Agreement”) effective as of the 10th day of September, 2013, by and between FORETHOUGHT VARIABLE INSURANCE TRUST, a Delaware statutory trust having its principal office and place of business at 300 North Meridian Street, Suite 1800, Indianapolis, Indiana 46204 (the "Trust") and GEMINI FUND SERVICES, LLC, a Nebraska limited liability company having its principal office and place of business at 17605 Wright Street, Suite 2, Omaha, Nebraska 68130 (“GFS”). This Agreement replaces and supersedes all prior understandings and agreements between the parties hereto for the services described below.
Index. (a) If for any reason on any Auction Date the Index shall not be determined as provided in Schedule I, the Index shall be the Index for the Auction Period ending on such Auction Date.
Index. The Consumer Price Index, All Urban Consumers, All Items, ----- published by the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics for the San Francisco-Oakland-San Jose Metropolitan Area (1982-84=100). If the Base Year of the Index is changed, then all calculations pursuant to this Lease which require the use of the Index shall be made by using the appropriate conversion factor published by the Bureau of Labor Statistics (or successor agency) to correlate to the Base Year of the Index herein specified. If no such conversion factor is published, then Landlord shall, if possible, make the necessary calculation to achieve such conversion. If such conversion is not in Landlord's good-faith, business judgment possible, or if publication of the Index is discontinued, or if the basis of calculating the Index is materially changed, then the term "Index" shall mean comparable statistics on the cost of living, as ----- computed either (i) by an agency of the United States Government performing a function similar to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, or (ii) if no such agency performs such function, by a substantial and responsible periodical or publication of recognized authority most closely approximating the result which would have been achieved by the Index, as may be determined by Landlord in the exercise of its reasonable good faith business judgment.
Index. The Index for any Plan Year shall be the aggregate annual after-tax income from the life insurance contracts described hereinafter as defined by FASB Technical Bulletin 85-4. This Index shall be applied as if such insurance contracts were purchased on the Effective Date. Insurance Company: American General Life Insurance Company/CM0000769L If such contracts of life insurance are actually purchased by the Bank, then the actual policies as of the dates purchased shall be used in calculations to determine the Index and Opportunity Cost. If such contracts of life insurance are not purchased or are subsequently surrendered or lapsed, then the Bank shall receive and use annual policy illustrations that assume the above described policies were purchased from the above named insurance company(ies) on the Effective Date to calculate the amount of the Index and Opportunity Cost.