advisory fee

Management Fee

A fee that an investment advisory firm charges for making investment decisions on behalf of a client. Asset management often opens up more potential investment vehicles to the client, and, theoretically, asset managers have more knowledge and experience in making appropriate investment decisions than the client. Managers charge fees for these services. Usually, the fee is a small percentage of the assets under management, but because asset management is often open only to institutional investors and high net-worth individuals, the management fee is usually a large dollar amount. It is also called an advisory fee.

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* The amount, if any, the individual client will pay in addition to the advisory fee for the cost of obtaining his or her account through the solicitor.
The payment was made under the pretext of an advisory fee for information on domestic bonds, but was questioned as HSBC rarely traded in such bonds for its own account at that time.
Combining technology with personal professional advice, Intuitive Investor accounts enable consumers to get started with a minimum USD 10,000 investment, managed at a 0.50 percent annual advisory fee. Existing Wells Fargo customers can receive a discounted 0.40 percent annual advisory fee when their Intuitive Investor brokerage accounts are linked to Wells Fargo Bank's Portfolio by Wells Fargo[R], a Wells Fargo checking relationship program with premium benefits.
In such event, in addition to the ongoing advisory fee earned by the advisory firm, the rep can receive an ongoing portion of the 12b-1 compensation.
The purchase price includes an advisory fee of USD400,000, the buyer further explained, adding that the deal was finalised on 28 August.
Prosecutor Christoph Rodler said defendant Gerhard Gribkowsky, 54, received "no advisory fee but bribe money" in connection with the 2006 sale of BayernLB's stake in F1.
(39) The advisory fee typically is calculated as a percentage of the fund's net assets, sometimes with a performance bonus, (40) meaning that as new sales generate asset growth, they also generate more income for the adviser.
Another example is a fiduciary adviser who recommends a plan rollover to an IRA where he will receive an advisory fee from the IRA.
invests in and receives revenues based upon consulting and advisory fee interests in the asset management sector.
The most common form of documentary evidence used in the marketplace to support success-based financial advisory fee deductions is a letter procured from the financial advisory firm indicating:
If a 401(k) plan offers proprietary mutual funds from that investment advisor, a prohibited-transaction exemption would require reducing the investment advisory fee by the amount of investment advisory fees paid by the proprietary mutual fund to the investment advisor or its affiliates.

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