the state of being predominant over others
the quality of being more noticeable than anything else
- Molybdenum, articles thereof, powders, waste and scrap (excluding alloy molybdenum without a predominance of molybdenum, carbide)
- The technical service shall take account of the predominance setting of the combination.
- The price trend for this particular segment is therefore distorted by the growing predominance of the above large customers.
- The presence of fish in waters containing higher concentrations of copper may indicate a predominance of dissolved organo-cupric complexes.
- The design of the surveillance shall be adapted to the national situation as regards selection of species to be sampled according to species predominance and bird population sizes.
- Does the measure provide seed capital to small enterprises which foresee (i) less or no private participation by private investors, and/or (ii) predominance of debt investment instruments as opposed to equity and quasi-equity?
- Besides, the fact that an additional fixed one-off exit remuneration can be added to the total remuneration of 13 % increases the predominance of the fixed remuneration in the total remuneration.
- Measures providing seed capital to small enterprises which may foresee (i) less or no private participation by private investors, and/or (ii) predominance of debt investment instruments as opposed to equity and quasi-equity
- In particular, the Authority will take into account the degree of risk in the target company's venture borne by the investor, the potential losses borne by the investor, the predominance of profit-dependent remuneration versus fixed remuneration, and the level of subordination of the investor in the event of the company's bankruptcy.
- Moreover, taking into account the high number of participants, the very fragmented ownership structure of the agricultural land market, which has not changed significantly since accession, and the predominance of land leasing, the impact would likely be felt throughout the entire sector.
- In the latter case the Commission found that the aid is necessary and that the positive effects on the common interest outweigh possible distortions of trading conditions, on the basis of the combination of several elements: Notably, the training programme exceeds the basic work needs of the beneficiary, as reflected by the fact that the large majority of training courses concern transferable skills (predominance of general training).
- In such circumstances, it is therefore prepared to consider declaring measures compatible with the functioning of the EEA Agreement even if they foresee a predominance of debt instruments, including a higher degree of subordination of the State funds and a right of first profit for business angels or higher remuneration for their provision of capital and active involvement in the management of the measure/fund and/or of the target enterprises.
- Point 4.3.3 of the guidelines stipulates that ‘the Commission will have regard to the economic substance of the instrument rather than to its name and the qualification attributed to it by the investors … [taking] into account the degree of risk in the target company’s venture borne by the investor, the potential losses borne by the investor, the predominance of profit-dependent remuneration versus fixed remuneration, and the level of subordination of the investor in the event of the company’s bankruptcy … [and] the treatment applicable to the investment instrument under the prevalent domestic legal, regulatory, financial, and accounting rules, if these are consistent and relevant for the qualification.’