negotiated commission

Negotiated commission

An unfixed broker's commission that is determined through negotiation, depending on the specifics of the trades performed.

Negotiated Commission

A fee that a client negotiates with a broker to conduct trades on the client's behalf. Some brokerages charge set commissions, but some allow clients, especially large ones, to apply negotiated commissions. They became more common after commissions were deregulated in 1975. See also: May Day.

negotiated commission

A fee for trading securities that is subject to bargaining between the customer and the brokerage firm. Negotiated commissions began to become widespread in the United States in 1975. See also discount brokerage firm, May Day.
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The NetList concept provides these larger manufacturing facilities the ability to market capital equipment directly to other businesses and the end-user, therefore avoiding the typical broker relationship and paying NetList a negotiated commission, or fee for service.
Plumeri's claim that the higher negotiated commissions Willis is paid result in a better outcome for the client.
Merrill Lynch] has always been the leader in bringing out new directions, new focuses," he says, pointing out that concepts such as cash management accounts and negotiated commissions were pioneered by the firm in the 1970s, though they are widely employed today.