FFO

Example Definitions of "FFO"
FFO. Means normalized funds from operations, as adjusted and calculated in accordance with the Company's accounting principles
FFO. And "Normalized FFO" means funds from operations and normalized funds from operations, either in total or on a per share basis, as the case may be, as reported to the public by the Company in its earnings and results of operations news releases, or if not reported to the public, calculated in a manner consistent with its reporting for the quarter ended September 30, 2021.
FFO. Funds from operations per share and shall be determined by using the consolidated FFO per share disclosed by the Company in its earnings releases and filings with the SEC during the Performance Period, as the case may be. FFO shall be increased or decreased to give effect to any of the following: any (i) extraordinary, unusual or nonrecurring item, as described in Accounting Standards Codification Topic 225-20 (or any successor pronouncement thereto) including without limitation a spin-off, or... as a result of dispositions not made in the ordinary course, (ii) litigation or claim judgments or settlements; (iii) changes in tax laws, accounting principles, or other laws or regulatory rules affecting reported results (iv) other specific unusual or nonrecurring events, or objectively determinable category thereof; (v) nonrecurring charges; and (vi) a change in the Company's fiscal year. Each such adjustment, if any, shall be made by the Committee, in its sole and absolute discretion, in order to prevent the undue dilution of the Grantee's rights with respect to the Award, as modified herein View More
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