Transactions Sample Clauses

Transactions identified under Section 2 of this Agreement shall be deemed exception services ("Exception Services") when such transactions:
Transactions. If and to the extent that the necessary funds and securities of a Portfolio have been entrusted to it under this Agreement, and subject to Custodian's right to foreclose upon and liquidate collateral pledged to it pursuant to Section 9.3 below, Custodian, as agent of such Portfolio, shall from time to time (and unless the Trust gives it Proper Instructions to do otherwise) make from the Custody Account of such Portfolio the transfers of funds and deliveries of securities which such Portfolio is required to make pursuant to the Master Repurchase Agreement and shall receive for the Custody Account of such Portfolio the transfers of funds and deliveries of securities which the seller under the Master Repurchase Agreement is required to make pursuant thereto. Custodian shall make and receive all such transfers and deliveries pursuant to, and subject to the terms and conditions of, the Master Repurchase Agreement.
Transactions. No Reportable Event (as defined in Section 4043 of ERISA) for which the 30-day notice requirement has not been waived by the PBGC has occurred with respect to any Employee Benefit Plan and neither the Company nor any of its Subsidiaries has engaged in any transaction with respect to the Employee Benefit Plans which would subject it to a tax, penalty or liability for prohibited transactions under ERISA or the Code nor has any of their respective directors, officers or employees to the extent they or any of them are fiduciaries with respect to such Plans, breached any of their responsibilities or obligations imposed upon fiduciaries under Title I of ERISA or would result in any claim being made under or by or on behalf of any such Plans by any party with standing to make such claim.
Transactions. From time to time, the Advisor or brokers or dealers affiliated with it may find themselves in a position to buy for certain of their brokerage clients (each an “Account”) securities which the Advisor’s investment advisory clients wish to sell, and to sell for certain of their brokerage clients securities which advisory clients wish to buy. The Advisor or the affiliated broker or dealer cannot participate in this type of transaction (known as a cross transaction) on behalf of an advisory client and retain commissions from one or both parties to the transaction without the advisory client’s consent. This prohibition exists because when the Advisor makes an investment decision on behalf of an advisory client (in contrast to a brokerage client that makes its own investment decisions), and the Advisor or an affiliate is receiving commissions from both sides of the transaction, there is a potential conflicting division of loyalties and responsibilities on the Advisor’s part regarding the advisory client. The SEC has adopted a rule under the Advisers Act which permits the Advisor or its affiliates to participate on behalf of an Account in agency cross transactions if the advisory client has given written consent in advance. By execution of this Agreement, the Trust authorizes the Advisor or its affiliates to participate in agency cross transactions involving an Account, provided that the Advisor agrees that it will not arrange purchases or sales of securities between a Fund and an Account advised by the Advisor unless (a) the purchase or sale is in accordance with applicable law (including Rule17a-7 under the 1940 Act) and the Trust’s policies and procedures, (b) the Advisor determines that the purchase or sale is in the best interests of the Fund, and (c) the Trust’s Board of Trustees has approved these types of transactions. The Trust may revoke its consent at any time by written notice to the Advisor.
Transactions. Sub-Advisor shall not on behalf of the Fund enter into certain U.S. dividend equivalent payment transactions described in Section 871(m) of the U.S. Internal Revenue Code and the regulations thereunder (“871(m) Transaction”) with a foreign counterparty unless: (i), Sub-Advisor adheres to the ISDA 2015 Section 871(m) Protocol on behalf of the Fund, and (ii), The foreign counterparty to the 871(m) Transaction provides Sub-Advisor with a properly completed Form W-8IMY certifying to its status as a qualified derivatives dealer (“QDD”).
Transactions. The Parties desire to enter into one or more transactions for the purchase and sale of Products under this Agreement (each a “Transaction”). Each such Transaction, unless otherwise agreed in writing, will be governed by this Agreement, including any supplemental terms or conditions contained in any annexes or schedules hereto. Each Transaction will be effected or Confirmed pursuant to a Product Order, unless the Parties otherwise agree in writing. The Parties intend for this Agreement to be a “master netting agreement” under United States Bankruptcy Code §101(38A).
Transactions. A Transaction shall be entered into upon agreement of the Parties orally or, if expressly required by either Party with respect to a particular Transaction, in writing, including an electronic means of communication. Each Party agrees not to contest, or assert any defense to, the validity or enforceability of the Transaction entered into in accordance with this Master Agreement (i) based on any law requiring agreements to be in writing or to be signed by the parties, or (ii) based on any lack of authority of the Party or any lack of authority of any employee of the Party to enter into a Transaction.
Transactions. (a) At all times after the Signing Date, the Company covenants that (1) it will, upon the request of Treasury or any subsequent holders of the Preferred Shares (“Holders”), use its reasonable best efforts to (x), to the extent any Holder is relying on Rule 144 under the Securities Act to sell any of the Preferred Shares, make “current public informationavailable, as provided in Section (c)(1) of Rule 144 (if the Company is a “Reporting Issuer” within the meaning of Rule 144) or in Section (c)(2) of Rule 144 (if the Company is a “Non-Reporting Issuer” within the meaning of Rule 144), in either case for such time period as necessary to permit sales pursuant to Rule 144, (y), to the extent any Holder is relying on the so-called “Section 4(1½)” exemption to sell any of its Preferred Shares, prepare and provide to such Holder such information, including the preparation of private offering memoranda or circulars or financial information, as the Holder may reasonably request to enable the sale of the Preferred Shares pursuant to such exemption, or (z) to the extent any Holder is relying on Rule 144A under the Securities Act to sell any of its Preferred Shares, prepare and provide to such Holder the information required pursuant to Rule 144A(d)(4), and (2) it will take such further action as any Holder may reasonably request from time to time to enable such Holder to sell Preferred Shares without registration under the Securities Act within the limitations of the exemptions provided by (i) the provisions of the Securities Act or any interpretations thereof or related thereto by the SEC, including transactions based on the so-called “Section 4(1½)” and other similar transactions, (ii) Rule 144 or 144A under the Securities Act, as such rules may be amended from time to time, or (iii) any similar rule or regulation hereafter adopted by the SEC; provided that the Company shall not be required to take any action described in this Section 4.4(a) that would cause the Company to become subject to the reporting requirements of Section 13 or 15(d) of the Exchange Act if the Company was not subject to such requirements prior to taking such action. Upon the request of any Holder, the Company will deliver to such Holder a written statement as to whether it has complied with such requirements and, if not, the specifics thereof.