Risk classificationmeans, with respect to a Loan at any time, if such Loan at that time is (i) S&P or Moody's rated, the lower of those ratings, (ii) S&P or Moody's rated, that rating, or (iii) unrated by S&P or Moody's, a rating determined by the Servicer risk rating model.
Moody's reviewindicates a rating from Moody's Investoxx Xxxxice, Inc. and its successors thxx xx x The National Rating Agency for Unsecured Senior Long Term Debt Nicor Gas (or if neither of them Moody's Investors Service, Inc. xx xx The Company of Long Term Debt Rating, National Rating Agency in the United States of America by mutual agreement of the creditors and borrowers concerned). Any reference in this Agreement to a specific classification is a reference to such classification as currently defined by Moody's Investors Service, Inc. (or any successor) and shxxx xx considered by reference to an equivalent classification if such classification system changes.
means, at any time, the rating issued by S&P in effect at that time for the Borrower's long-term senior unsecured debt securities without third party credit enhancements.
Mxxxx'x reviewmeans, in relation to the Reference Obligation, from any determination date:
Credit Xxxxxxx'xmeans, at any time, the rating issued by Xxxxx'x in effect at that time for the Borrower's long-term senior unsecured debt securities without third party credit enhancement.
Moody’sThe meaning of Xxxxx'x Investors Service, Inc.
OpinionsFrom each Set Date, ratings, if any, of Certificates issued by Rating Agencies.
First reviewWith respect to the Secured Securities, the rating or ratings, if any, set out in Section 2.3.
Business classificationS&P's opinion on the debtor's overall financial capacity (creditworthiness) to meet its financial obligations.
approved reviewmeans, in the case of a title, a rating equal to or higher than one of the following rating categories assigned by an approved rating organization for the title, or a rating category that replaces any of the categories listed below:
Testsindicates operating limits specified by the component manufacturer.
Explosives” means Moody's Investors Service, Inc.
debt classificationmeans, as at any Determination Date, the S&P or Xxxxx'x rating (collectively, "Debt Ratings") of a Borrower's senior long-term unsecured debt; provided that (a) if the respective debt ratings of the previous rating agencies differ by one notch, the price level for the highest of these debt ratings shall apply (where the debt rating for price level 1 is the highest and the debt rating for which price level 5 is lowest); (b) if a Debt Rating is split by more than one notch, the Price Level one notch lower than the Price Level of the highest Debt Rating shall apply; (c) if the Borrower has only one Debt Rating, the Price Level of that Debt Rating will apply; and (d) if the Borrower does not have a Debt Rating, Price Level 5 will apply. Initially, the Applicable Rate will be based on the Debt Class specified in the certificate issued under Section 4.01(a))(vii). Thereafter, any change in the Applicable Interest Rate resulting from a publicly announced change in Debt Classification will become effective for the period commencing on the day of the public announcement and ending on the day immediately preceding the effective date of the subsequent change.
Assessment requiredmeans, in the case of Moody's, the rating assigned by Moody's to the Underlying Notes on the Closing Date and, in the case of S&P, the rating assigned to the Underlying Notes by S&P on the Closing Date.
Debt classification indexznaczenie o Rating S&P, o Rating Xxxxx'x e o Rating Fitch.
Evaluation limitdenotes a short-term unsecured debt rating of P-1 by Moody's and A-1+ by Standard & Poor's for Class A Liquidity Provider and a short-term unsecured debt rating of P-1 by Moody's and A-1 by Standard & Poor's , in the case of Class B Liquidity Provider and Class C Liquidity Provider.
Investment grade credit ratingmeans (i) a credit rating of Baa3 or higher from Xxxxx'x, (ii) a credit rating of BBB- or higher from S&P, or (iii) a credit rating of BBB- or higher from Fitch .
Long-term evaluationhas the meaning specified in the Intercreditor Agreement.
Rating Office Rankingit has the meaning defined in the Holy Scriptures.
Moody's second trigger thresholdmeans, with respect to Part A, the guarantor of a qualifying guarantee or a qualifying substitute, (i) if such entity is rated by Moody's Short Term Unsecured Unsecured Debt Rating, Long Term Unsecured Debt Rating and a Moody's 'A3' Senior or Counterparty Rating and Short Term Rating Moody's 'Prime-2' unsecured and unsubordinated debt, or (ii) if such entity does not have a Moody's short-term unsecured and unsubordinated debt rating, a Moody's long-term unsecured and subordinated unsecured debt rating or a Moody's counterparty rating of 'A3'.
creditworthinessmeans, in relation to an entity, the rating subsequently assigned to that entity's long-term unsecured senior debt obligations (not backed by third party credit enhancement) or, if such entity is not rated for its long-term senior unsecured debt, then the rating subsequently assigned to that entity by S&P , Moody's or any other rating agency agreed by the parties as the issuer rating as set out on the title page.
Moody's first rating thresholdmeans, with respect to Part A, the guarantor of a qualifying guarantee or a qualifying substitute, (i) if such entity has a Moody's unsecured and unsubordinated short-term debt rating, a long-term unsecured debt rating and a senior counterparty or Moody's counterparty rating of "A2", and a Moody's short-term unsecured unsubordinated debt rating of "Prime-1", or (ii) if such entity does not have a Moody's short-term unsecured unsubordinated debt rating or a Moody's counterparty rating of "A1".
Another rating agencymeans any NRSRO, if any, other than Moody's or S&P rating VRDP Shares as requested by the Fund.
Investment grade classificationmeans a rating equal to or greater than Baa3 (or equivalent) from Moody's and BBB- (or equivalent) from S&P, or an equivalent rating from another rating agency.
Rating awardedmeans, in the case of a security or instrument, a credit rating issued by a designated rating organization or its affiliated PAR that falls within or exceeds one of the following rating categories or that falls within or exceeds a category that falls within one of the following rating categories: replaces , If
The highest ranking categorymeans, in relation to a Qualifying Investment, that the Qualifying Investment has been rated by each Rating Agency with the highest rating assigned by that Rating Agency for that general security category. If at any time the Notes are unrated (and therefore have no rating agency), the term "highest rating category" in relation to a Qualifying Investment means that the Qualifying Investment has the highest rating assigned by S&P or Moody's has received a rating from that rating agency for this general security category. For example, the highest S&P tax-exempt municipal debt rating category is "A-1+" for debt with a maturity of less than one year and "AAA" for debt with a maturity of more than one year, with appropriate ratings. Moody's "MIG-1" (for a flat rate) or "VMIG-1" (for a floating rate) for three months or less and "Aaa" for more than three months. If at any time (a) the Notes are unrated, (b) both S&P and Moody's rate a qualifying investment, and (c) one of these ratings falls below the highest rating category, then such qualifying investment will nevertheless be deemed eligible in the highest rating category, if the lowest rating is no more than one category lower than the highest rating category of that credit rating agency. For example, an investment rated "AAA" by S&P and "Aa3" by Xxxxx'x is in the highest rated category. However, if the lowest rating is more than one full category below the rating agency's highest rating category, the qualifying investment will be considered below the highest rating category. For example, a qualifying investment rated "AAA" by S&P and "A1" by Xxxxx'x is not in the highest rated category.
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