According to the SEC, Stanford paid a 1 percent commission upon the sale of a CD "and as much as an additional 1% trailing commission
during the term of the CDs.
However, with the recent ban on entry load for mutual funds, advisors are only earning trailing commission
(from the second year onwards) and passing on the same to their clients in a combination model.
The commission structure still comprises a trailing commission
AstraZeneca will receive a 22 percent commission on net sales of ABRAXANE during the term of the agreement, with a trailing commission
of ten percent for the first year and five percent for the second year following the five year term.
In addition, there is a trailing 50 basis points commission (12b-1) distributed annually on each of the funds with the exception of the Global Short-Term Fund, where the trailing commission
is 25 basis points, and 30 basis points in the World Bond Fund.
There may be commissions, trailing commissions
, management fees and expenses associated with mutual fund investments.
Commissions, trailing commissions
, management fees and expenses all may be associated with mutual fund investments.
Typically, trailing commissions
-- the commissions from unfinished deals that follow a broker when they switch firms -- are "rife with concerns," said Laurie McPherson, a partner at the law firm Blank Rome.
The new contracts rewarded agents with more commission up-front for sales, rather than trailing commissions
over several years.
This may include so-called 12(b)1 fees, trailing commissions
, surrender charges and back-end fees.
Also, in July 2008, Jefferies began remitting all trailing commissions
received for frozen ARS held in customer accounts directly to its customers on a go-forward basis, and as of October 2010, had remitted in excess of $868,000.
The OneSaas Partner Program provides training, sales and marketing support material, and generous trailing commissions