back fee

Back fee

The fee paid on the extension date if the buyer wishes to continue the option.

Back Fee

In a compound option, the premium one pays on the second option contract. A compound option is an option on another option. For example, one may buy a call on a put, which is an option to buy an option to sell some underlying asset. An investor buying a compound option pays a premium on the first option, but does not pay a premium on the second option unless the first option is exercised. This second premium is the back fee.

back fee

Payment made by the owner of a compound option to the owner of the underlying option when the compound option is exercised. Compare front fee.
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The comments will be seen as a challenge to Nick Clegg, the Liberal Democrat leader and MP for Shef-field Hallam, who campaigned against tuition fee increases during the last election only to back fee rises introduced by the Coalition government.
The coffee shop will have to take a back fee ve k seat this week as Saints look to complete an unlikely run to the Super League title.
Additionally, the Fund will buy its shares at a per share amount equal to its net asset value (NAV) per share calculated at the close of business of the New York Stock Exchange on 9 December 2011, less a 2% buy back fee of the value of the shares bought, pursuant to the offer that will expire on 25 November 2011, unless extended.
The coffee shop will have to take a back fee ve k seat this week as Saints look complete an unlikely run to Super League title.
If the seller has an HOA fees lien against the title, someone has to pay the back fees along with fines and other costs before the house can be sold.
'It's better if such schools are shut down which are unable to give back fees. You are trying to blackmail the court,' the CJ observed.
"It's better if such schools are shut down which are unable to give back fees. You {Elahi} are trying to blackmail the court," the top adjudicator observed.
Gareth Fatchett ('a renowned expert in financial services work') handles a range of heavyweight financial services litigation; he represented Metro Financial Solutions in a dispute with Tenet Connect Services - the client left the network, and Tenet Connect subsequently attempted to claim back fees.
If the court rules in favor of Slim on the tarifa cero issue, the competitors might not only have to pay connectivity fees to America Movil, but they might also be forced to reimburse Slim's company for back fees they received.
SIR - NHS continuing healthcare deadline I wish to draw your readers' attention to a recent Welsh Government announcement about claiming back fees paid for NHS continuing healthcare.
That is supposed to allow low-paid workers to claim back fees.
A provision giving standing to community and condominium associations to push along foreclosures when they are owed back fees and assessments also has helped the backlog.