Redemption fee

Redemption fee

A fee some mutual funds charge when an investor sells shares within a specified short period of time.

Redemption Fee

A fee that some mutual funds assess when a shareholder redeems shares from the fund during a certain, usually brief period of time after purchase. It may be a flat fee or a percentage of the value of the shares redeemed. Mutual funds charge redemption fees to discourage new investors from withdrawing from the mutual fund if the fund's net asset value drops unexpectedly.

Redemption fee.

Some open-end mutual funds impose a redemption fee when you sell shares in the fund, often during a specific, and sometimes brief, period of time after you purchase those shares.

The fee is usually a percentage of the value of the shares you sell, but it may also be a flat fee, or fixed amount.

The purpose of the fee is to prevent large-scale withdrawals from the fund in response to changes in the financial markets, which might require the fund manager to sell holdings at a loss in order to meet the fund's obligation to buy back your shares.

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Owners have three days to claim their pets but will first be asked to pay a redemption fee of P500, a registration fee of P50, on top of an impounding fee of P200 for each day the animal is kept at the pound.
Fourth quarter net earnings include unrealized foreign exchange losses of $11.9 million ($0.02 per share), bond early redemption fee of $16.9 million ($0.02 per share), and other one-time item gains of $4.4 million ($0.01 per share).
Investors with existing standard DSC purchase option holdings will remain invested based on the redemption fee schedule applicable to those securities, and option to switch from existing securities acquired under the standard DSC purchase option will continue to be available.
PTE 77-3 applies so long as the plan satisfies four conditions: 1) it pays no fees to the investment adviser except via the investment company's payment of its standard advisory and other fees; 2) it pays no redemption fee to any party other than the investment company itself; 3) it pays no sales commission; and 4) "all other dealings between the plan and the investment company, the investment adviser or principal underwriter are on a basis as favorable to the plan [as are those] with other shareholders of the investment company."
Stockholders of the fund will now become holders of Class O shares of CRO and will have the ability to redeem their shares at net asset value, subject to certain conditions including the imposition of a redemption fee of 1% for one year after the merger.
Beneficiaries pay a small redemption fee, equating to a subsidy of two-thirds or more.
* Redemption fee. B shares usually have a contingent deferred sales charge (CDSC), which investors pay if they sell within a certain period of time.
The finance minister has suggested a cut in redemption fee in case of MFs and ETFs from 0.25 per cent to 0.001 per cent.
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C Shares--known as "level-load" shares, C shares have no front-end sales charge and no redemption fee, but they carry a 12b-1 marketing fee that is paid each and every year.
This is done by connecting a level 12b-1 fee to a redemption fee, i.e, the CDSC.
Its research has revealed that the average mortgage redemption fee is now pounds 187, significantly higher than the pounds 35 "real" cost to lenders.