private capital

(9) the term “private capital”— (A) means the sum of— (i) the paid-in capital and paid-in surplus of a corporate licensee, the contributed capital of the partners of a partnership licensee, or the equity investment of the members of a limited liability company licensee; and (ii) unfunded binding commitments, from investors that meet criteria established by the Administrator, to contribute capital to the licensee: Provided, That such unfunded commitments may be counted as private capital for purposes of approval by the Administrator of any request for leverage, but leverage shall not be funded based on such commitments; and (B) does not include any— (i) funds borrowed by a licensee from any source; (ii) funds obtained through the issuance of leverage; or (iii) funds obtained directly or indirectly from any Federal, State, or local government, or any government agency or instrumentality, except for— (I) funds obtained from the business revenues (excluding any governmental appropriation) of any federally chartered or government-sponsored corporation established prior to October 1, 1987 ; (II) funds invested by an employee welfare benefit plan or pension plan; and (III) any qualified nonprivate funds (if the investors of the qualified nonprivate funds do not control, directly or indirectly, the management, board of directors, general partners, or members of the licensee);


15 USC § 662(9)

Scoping language

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