Generally, the classification of a loan as floating rate debt depends upon what is stipulated in the loan documents without regard to triggers associated with the breach of loan covenants. The measure is calculated as the average remaining term until the maturity date weighted by the outstanding principal balances. The remaining term is defined as the period between the period end and the maturity date measured in years and fractional months. Extension periods that have not been formally exercised should not be included in the remaining term measure. Fund T1 leverage is used for the calculation.