C-Share

C-Share

A class of mutual fund with a constant load. The load is a fee that the investor pays in order to maintain his/her investment in a mutual fund; it is designed to cover the fund's costs. A constant load, unlike a front-end or back-end load, is paid on an ongoing basis, usually annually. See also: 12b-1 fee.
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Note: the C-share concession would be 1% yearly, while the VA C-share would typically have a 2% concession in the first year, followed by a 1% concession.
Global Banking News-23 April 2008-HSBC Infrastructure launches C-share issue(C)2008 ENPublishing - http://www.
Some companies have had to close their fixed accounts in certain products, particularly in C-share contracts, in which there is no surrender charge," she said.
ATLANTA -- Angel Oak Capital Advisors, LLC (Angel Oak), an Atlanta-based fixed income specialist focused on creating value through fundamental credit analysis and asset selection for institutional investors and individuals, is pleased to announce the (ANGLX) Angel Oak Multi-Strategy Income Fund has now launched a C-Share class (ANGCX) to help more investors access the Fund's strategy.
C-Share issue On 25 June 2013, the Board of Directors of
65%, we contrasted the VA with A-, B- and C-share mutual funds and to a managed money model to somewhat level the playing field.
According to Fund Advisor, an investor's time horizon can have a significant impact on A- and C-share returns.
The new Advisor Class of Shares will look much like a traditional C-Share class.
Bay3000 and C-Share provide eTimeMachine with an even larger channel network for our customers to maintain state-of-the-art enterprise activity management (EAM) capabilities," said George Rethy, president and chief operating officer of eTimeMachine Inc.
New C-Share (No Withdrawal Charge) Products Offer Living Benefits
55% for mortality and expense risk charges and administration charges, places ProtectiveAccess XL as a competitively priced C-share product.
ON Scandinavia AB's take-over bid involves a bid premium of 58,7 % for the A-share respectively 32,4 % for the C-share calculated on the latest price paid during the latest 30 trading days before the publishing of E.