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Blended Rate

1. A weighted average interest rate on all of a person's or company's debt. The blended rate provides the aggregate interest rate for debt. For example, if one pays 5% on $50,000 in debt and 10% on $25,000 in other debt, the blended rate is calculated as:

Blended Rate = (50,000 * 0.05 + 25,000 * 0.10) / 75,000 = 6.67%.

2. When refinancing a loan, an interest rate higher than the previous rate, but lower than the rate the bank would charge on a new loan. A blended rate may be used after a bank has raised its prevailing rates.
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The Report has 9 Sections: 1) Average Rates By Company and by Law Firm 2) Blended Rates by Company and by Law Firm 3) Overall Rates by Firm by AMLAW and Non-AMLAW Group 4) Overall Rates by Associate Class Year 5) Overall Rates by Practice Area 6) Overall Rates by City 7) Overall Rates by Individual Firm 8) Overall Rates by Industry (since Real Estate can span several major industries) and 9) Relative Rate Rankings (Highest to Lowest) Over 300 Law Firms and 500 Companies rates are analyzed.
In addition to advising IATA on all legal matters, Eversheds will offer a tailored pricing model, with tiered blended rates for each region, an innovative performance based fee element and project management provisions covering all 158 countries.
CPAs will see other pluses to this approach as well: A properly balanced fund of funds provides broad diversification across asset classes and blended rates of risk and return.
The blended rates are not directly usable in reference to the NOI developed by any one of the three methods referenced.
with GIC options have been attractive, and, in fact, many defined contribution plan sponsors still support blended rates above 8.
CFOs that participated in the FLEx study were asked to provide data on their hourly blended rates, total integrated external audit fees, number of key controls, and the name of their external auditor.
By eliminating blended rates, estimated costs and the labor intensive process of dial code mapping, service providers can immediately identify the true costs and associated margins of all their interconnect traffic.
Key Topics Covered: 1) Average Rates By Company and by Law Firm 2) Blended Rates by Company and by Law Firm 3) Overall Rates by Firm by AMLAW and Non-AMLAW Group 4) Overall Rates by Associate Class Year 5) Overall Rates by Practice Area 6) Overall Rates by City 7) Overall Rates by Individual Firm 8) Overall Rates by Industry 9) Relative Rate Rankings (Highest to Lowest) Over 200 Law Firms and 200 Companies Companies Mentioned - 30 of the 200+ Companies Featured
By eliminating blended rates, estimated costs and the labor intensive process of dial code mapping, carriers can immediately identify the true costs and associated margins of all their interconnect traffic.
By eliminating blended rates and estimated costs, the carrier has immediate visibility into the actual costs and associated margins of all their complex traffic routes.
The Top 200 Firms will experience a 4 - 7% increase in their overall blended rates which continues the trend started in 2011 - 2012.