standby fee

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Standby fee

Amount paid to an underwriter who agrees to purchase any stock that is not purchased by public investors in a rights offering.

Standby Fee

A fee paid to an underwriter in exchange for an agreement that the underwriter will purchase the remainder of a new issue that it does not place with investors. See also: Jointly and Severally.

standby fee

The fee paid to an underwriter that agrees to purchase unsold securities as part of a standby underwriting agreement.

standby fee

A fee charged for a standby commitment.
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As part of the previous agreement, the Company will pay CIBC monthly monitoring fees, annual fees and standby fees for the unused portions of the credits all of which are typical to these arrangements.
Additionally, the new credit facilities reduces the interest rate and the standby fees, mature on 26 June 2020 as well as being repaid in quarterly installments of 2.
A $5,000 natural gas hookup would have standby fees that alone exceed the cost of propane (which is more payback that is not possible at 3 ach in a windy location).
They will also waive standby fees for affected students who are not preregistered when they arrive at a test site.
CLF is working to foster fairness in both net metering programs and standby fees.
Only standby fees - charged when ambulances are stationed at athletic or other special events - will deviate from the percentage.
The move - scheduled to take effect next month - is expected to force other airlines to remove their standby fees.
Standby fees and utilization costs associated with lines of credit should also be examined.
has announced that it recorded more revenue from standby fees for rigs not in use and terminating client contracts than what the company's actually does: drilling.
The company said the current rate under the revised facility has been reduced to LIBOR plus 125 bps with standby fees of 15 bps applying to the undrawn commitment.