As a result, agreements are often aimed at high net worth and institutional investors who have significant capital for long-term investments. Investment funds and pension plans often buy funding contracts because of the security and predictability they offer. Funding agreement products are similar to capital guarantee funds or guaranteed investment contracts, as both instruments also promise a fixed return with little or no capital risk. In other words, guarantee funds can generally be invested without risk of loss and are generally considered risk-free. However, like certificates of deposit or pensions, financing agreements generally offer only modest returns. A financing agreement is a type of investment that some institutional investors use because of the low-risk characteristics of the fixed-rate instrument. The term usually refers to an agreement between two parties, with the issuer offering the investor a return on a lump sum investment. Typically, two parties can enter into a legally binding financing agreement and the terms generally describe the expected use of the capital and the expected return to the investor over time. Mutual of Omaha provides a platform for the proceeds of the financing agreement available to institutional investors. These financing agreements are marketed as conservative products at interest rates with constant income and are offered at fixed maturities at fixed or variable rates. Initial Project Debt means the project debt for the initial financing of the project and the total amount of work for each deposit priority and with the relevant lenders, as described in Appendix 13 (list of initial financing agreements and initial security documents) of the agreement, the project debt being established by the initial financing agreements and guaranteed by the initial security documents.
In the event of an opposition between the provisions of the plan and those of the financing agreement(s), the provisions of the plan shall apply. The value of each DC account shall be calculated on the basis of the market values at the relevant valuation date, taking into account the terms of the financing agreement(s).