Third-Party Distributor

Third-Party Distributor

A company that sells mutual funds on behalf of the investment company managing the funds. A third-party distributor receives a portion of the loads (or sales fees) that the mutual funds charge shareholders. This system can be beneficial if an investment company lacks the knowledge or resources to market funds directly.
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Jones said even if he was able to distribute his own beer locally, he would still need a third-party distributor for other states.
A dispute with third-party distributor XPO Logistics over non-payment has led to the closure of House of Fraser's warehouse and the cancelling of online orders.
In providing digital access to shopper reviews across numerous sites, whether on blogs, third-party distributor sites, or retailer websites, smartphones can make these resources accessible and available on-demand, 24/7.
Pearl Abyss said, however, it will publish the mobile version on its own without a third-party distributor, aiming at gaining bigger margins.
Under the extended partnership du is the exclusive third-party distributor for Wavo in the UAE.
Accenture has also been selected to provide Accenture NewsPage allowing Unilever to simultaneously build a single system for the management of their third-party distributor network.
"Front-store sales were negatively impacted by several factors, including some temporary challenges related to our switch to a third-party distributor, a Halloween shift, reductions in SNAP payments, and warmer-than-expected weather," chief financial officer Rick Hans explained in the conference call.
Most significantly, that means that if the owner sells the content to a third-party distributor at a lower price, the owner would have decrease the price for the licensee to match.
as the new third-party distributor of the full range of DSM Personal Care products in the Philippines.
"HMP Gartree is working with our third-party distributor to get to the bottom of this and have put measures in place to stop it happening again.
Most brewers know that brewing beer qualifies as "domestic production" under section 199 so that, when a brewery sells beer to a third-party distributor, the income from the sale qualifies for the deduction.