Earnings Enhancement Benefit

(redirected from EEB)
Also found in: Acronyms, Wikipedia.

Earnings Enhancement Benefit

An additional, optional death benefit on an annuity. One may elect to include an earnings enhancement benefit in exchange for a fee or a percentage of the total value of the annuity.
References in periodicals archive ?
(BBB IDR) owns 99.97% of TGI and, in turn, Bogota, Capital District of Colombia (Foreign Currency IDR BBB) owns 76.3% of EEB. Both companies reallocate their funds depending on cash financing needs.
An investigation by the EEB last month found that there is growing support for higher recycling targets in many EU countries--particularly ones with high populations--but this was not reflected in the Council's current position.
The global market for energy efficiency in buildings is set to grow from $90 billion in 2014 to $125 billion in 2020, EEB participants report.
One hour before injections, two groups received EEB at 500 and 1000 mg x [kg.sup.-1], orally.
In this exercise, the Excess Expected Average Crash Frequency with EB Adjustment (EEB) was chosen as the reference SPM.
On 25 November 2016, the company published the offering notice regarding the third auction for the second stage of Ecopetrol's equity divestment plan for its shares in Empresa de Energia de Bogota SA ESP (EEB) in a newspaper widely circulated in Colombia.
The EEB will take part in debate on the waste issue with representatives of the Commission, EU nations and industry between Jan.
The EEB then addresses the substantive issues, including:
Silani and colleagues observed that during "shutdowns" the subjects made significantly more EEB mistakes than average, thus confirming the crucial role of this cerebral area.
The EEB puts the accent on the EU's international responsibilities and commitments, as well as implementation of the Rio+20 sustainable development decisions, noting that these should be developed into a new European sustainable development strategy.
"How prey respond to the fear of being eaten is an important topic in ecology, and we've learned a great deal about how these responses affect predator and prey interactions," says Professor Locke Rowe, chair of the Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology (EEB) and co-principal investigator of a study conducted at the University of Toronto's Koffler Scientific Reserve.