incentive fee

Incentive fee

Compensation paid to commodities trading advisers or to any practitioner who achieves above-average returns. Sometimes called performance fee.

Incentive Fee

A fee paid to an asset manager or other investment adviser whose investment decisions perform particularly well. When an asset manager makes money for clients, he/she also makes money for the company for which he/she works. These companies offer incentive fees in order to encourage wise (and profitable) investments. Incentive fees usually come out of the portfolios that do well, rather than out of the company's general funds. They are also called performance fees. See also: Bonus, Manager Universe (Benchmark.)

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A portion of excess interest and principal will be paid to the investment manager as an incentive fee in the event preference shareholders achieve an internal rate of return of 13.
50 per kilogram delivery fee depending on the distance from the buying station, drying incentive fee of P0.
Despite significant adverse equity markets' movements in the GCC and MENA region during the last quarter of 2014, some of the company's flagship funds crossed the high watermark thresh-holds for incentive fee (carry) generating KWD0.
Despite significant adverse equity markets movements in the GCC and MENA region during the last quarter of 2014, some of the Company's flagship funds crossed the high watermark thresh-holds for incentive fee (carry) generating KD 0.
The agreement also provides for the company's continued management of the transferred collateral through December 31, 2013 for a fixed fee of $10 million annually plus reimbursement of certain costs and an incentive fee equal to a specified percentage of the excess of the equity value of the transferred collateral over a baseline valuation amount.
It is proposed that the Managers will each receive a performance incentive fee in respect of the C Shares Fund payable in cash of an amount equal to:
In investigating the possibility that managers with compensation tied to performance act opportunistically, we find no evidence for any of the three moral hazard risks that regulators fear: 1) funds with an incentive provision are no riskier than similar funds without it, 2) managers do not alter the risk profile of their funds according to the realized performance while approaching the incentive fee calculation date, and 3) ICs managing a portfolio of funds with similar mandates do not lower their funds' correlations to stabilize their stream of income from performance fees.
Invariably, programs should embrace an incentive fee strategy that achieves and sustains maximum contractor performance with a measurable value to the government.
OFPP issued a checklist for handling incentive fee contracts.
20) Incentive fee contacts fared better; still, half of the twenty-seven contracts reviewed failed to meet the target price, a key component of mission success.
The company would receive hourly fees and an incentive fee of 5 percent of the fair market value of any donated or purchased site.