Prospective Counterparty definition

Prospective Counterparty means any supplier, client, customer, person, firm, company or other entity whatsoever with whom or with which the Company shall during the 12 months immediately preceding the Termination Date have had negotiations or discussions regarding:
Prospective Counterparty means a natural or legal person who seeks an exposure with the Bank, a credit institution, or the Malta Development Bank with which it has no existing

Related to Prospective Counterparty

Derivative Counterparty means any party to any Derivative Agreement other than the Issuer or the Indenture Trustee.
Hedge Counterparty means a Lender, the Administrative Agent or any of the Lender’s or the Administrative Agent’s affiliates (at the time a hedging agreement is entered into) who has entered into a hedging agreement for the purpose of hedging interest rate liabilities and/or any exchange rate and/or commodity price risks provided it has become a party, or by execution of an additional bank secured party acknowledgment has agreed to be bound by the terms of, to the First Lien Intercreditor Agreement in its capacity as hedge counterparty.
Prospective contractor means a person who is subject to the competitive sealed proposal process set forth in the Procurement Code or is not required to submit a competitive sealed proposal because that person qualifies for a sole source or a small purchase contract.
Eligible Swap Counterparty means an entity, which may be an affiliate of a remarketing agent, engaged in the business of entering into derivative instrument contracts that satisfies the Rating Agency Condition.
Eligible Counterparty means, for purposes of the Credit Support Document, a Relevant Entity with the S&P Second Trigger Required Ratings.
Acceptable Counterparty means any counterparty to the Interest Rate Cap Agreement that has and shall maintain, until the expiration of the applicable Interest Rate Cap Agreement, a long-term unsecured debt rating of at least “A+” by S&P and “Aa3” from Moody’s, which rating shall not include a “t” or otherwise reflect a termination risk and is otherwise reasonably acceptable to Lender.
Swap Counterparty means each Eligible Swap Counterparty with which the trust has entered, or will later enter, into an interest rate or currency swap agreement to hedge in part basis and/or currency risks associated with the reset rate notes.
central counterparty means a person or company that interposes itself between the counterparties to securities or derivatives transactions in one or more financial markets, acting functionally as the buyer to every seller and the seller to every buyer or the counterparty to every party;
Counterparty means a Participant or a Participant’s Account or Customer whose Legal Entity Identifier is reported by BSEF to an SDR as a counterparty to a Trade.
Reporting Counterparty means, for purposes of Part 45 of CFTC Regulations, the Participant or Authorized Trader that is designated as such pursuant to Rule 528(b).
Swap Provider The swap provider under the Swap Agreement either (a) entitled to receive payments from the Supplemental Interest Trust or (b) required to make payments to the Supplemental Interest Trust, in either case pursuant to the terms of the Swap Agreement, and any successor in interest or assign. Initially, the Swap Provider shall be Deutsche Bank AG New York Branch.
New Provider means any replacement service provider nominated by the Authority to provide the Services or the Authority itself where the Services or substantially similar services continue to be provided by the Authority upon or after the termination or expiry of this Contract;
Prospective party means a person that discusses with a prospective collaborative lawyer the possibility of signing a collaborative law participation agreement.
Program Support Provider means and includes with respect to each Conduit Purchaser any Liquidity Provider and any other Person (other than any customer of such Conduit Purchaser) now or hereafter extending credit or having a commitment to extend credit to or for the account of, or to make purchases from, such Conduit Purchaser pursuant to any Program Support Agreement.
Hub Provider means an entity that (i) provides Common Channel Signaling (SS7) connectivity between the networks of service providers that are not directly connected to each other; or (ii) provides third party database services such as LIDB. The SS7 messages received by Hub Providers are accepted or rejected by the Hub Provider depending on whether a contractual arrangement exists between the Hub Provider and the message originator (sender) and whether the message originator has contracted for the type of SS7 messages being submitted for transmission to the Hub Provider.
Representative of a prospective contractor means an officer or director of a corporation, a member or manager of a limited liability corporation, a partner of a partnership or a trustee of a trust of the prospective contractor.
Enhancement Provider means, with respect to any Series, the Person, if any, designated as such in the related Supplement.
Non-Participating Provider means a Plan Hospital or Professional Pro­ vider which does not have a written agreement with Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois or another Blue Cross and/or Blue Shield Plan to provide services to participants in a Participating Provider Option program or a fa­ cility which has not been designated by Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Illinois as a Participating Provider.
Credit Enhancement Provider means, with respect to any Securities, any person issuing, funding or otherwise making available, for the benefit of Securityholders or any party to a Serviced Corporate Trust Contract, an asset as an enhancement of the credit quality or liquidity of any Securities or the mortgage assets or other assets pledged for or underlying such Securities, such as a letter of credit, surety bond, insurance policy, guaranty, reserve fund pledge or collateral undertaking.
Cap Provider means the third-party financial institution approved by Lender that is the counterparty under any Cap Agreement or Replacement Cap Agreement.
Participating Provider means any person or entity that has contracted, directly or indirectly, with Health Plan to provide Health Care Services to Members. Participating Providers includes but is not limited to: Participating Hospitals, Participating Physicians, Health Professionals, Urgent Care Facilities, and Contracted Pharmacies, within the service area.
Credit Enhancement Agreement means the Agreement among the Sellers, the Master Servicer, the Trustee and the Credit Enhancement Provider with respect to the Credit Enhancement.
Bank Product Provider Agreement means an agreement in substantially the form attached hereto as Exhibit B-2 to this Agreement, in form and substance satisfactory to Agent, duly executed by the applicable Bank Product Provider, the applicable Loan Parties, and Agent.
Hedging Agreement Provider means any Person that enters into a Secured Hedging Agreement with a Credit Party or any of its Subsidiaries that is permitted by Section 6.1(e) to the extent such Person is a Lender, an Affiliate of a Lender or any other Person that was a Lender (or an Affiliate of a Lender) at any time (or whose Affiliate has ceased to be a Lender) under the Credit Agreement; provided, in the case of a Secured Hedging Agreement with a Person who is no longer a Lender, such Person shall be considered a Hedging Agreement Provider only through the stated maturity date (without extension or renewal) of such Secured Hedging Agreement.
Currency Swap Counterparty means an unaffiliated third party, as currency swap counterparty, under the Currency Swap Agreement, or any successor or replacement Currency Swap Counterparty from time to time.