The EITF concluded an uncollateralized, irrevocable letter of credit
should not be considered a form of continuing involvement by the seller-lessee to preclude sale-leaseback accounting under Statement no.
The rating confirmation is in connection with the substitution of an irrevocable letter of credit
(LOC) pursuant to the current Master Standby Note Purchase Agreement (MSNPA).
Payment Terms: 100 Percent Against Irrevocable Letter Of Credit
Negotiable In Case Of Imported Sources And 98 Percent Against Inspection Certificate And Receipted Challan And Balance 2 Percent Against Receipt Note In Case Of Indigenous Sources
supplier, and also arranged transportation of the goods through to the customer in Brazil from whom they secured an Irrevocable Letter of Credit
for payment of the debt due," said Ian Varley, CEO, Bibby International Trade Finance.
22, 2009, the rating will be based on a substitute irrevocable letter of credit
(LOC) issued by the TD Bank, NA, which will replace KeyBank as the provider of the LOC supporting the bonds.
The rating is based on the irrevocable letter of credit
provided by Branch Banking and Trust Company.
The Respondent shall submit a bid bond, a certified or cashier s check, or an irrevocable letter of credit
in favor of or made payable to IDOA in the amount of $100,000.
5 million cash contribution from the authority and a $10 million irrevocable letter of credit
from Fifth Third Bank that expires Nov.
Each Bid must be accompanied by Bid security in the form of a certified check, bank check, irrevocable letter of credit
, or Bid bond (on the form included with the Bidding Documents) for (10) percent of the Bid total.
The rating on the notes is based on the support of an irrevocable letter of credit
(the LOC) provided by State Street Bank and Trust Company.
Wataire" or the "Company") (OTCBB:WTAR), is pleased to announce that it has received an irrevocable letter of credit
for $201,250 from its distributor in Greece, Envirosource Hellas Ltd.
Check, or irrevocable Letter of Credit
issued by a financial institution for ten percent (10%) of the Bid amount plus additive alternates