distribution fee

12B-1 Fee

A fee one must pay in a 12B-1 Plan. A 12B-1 plan is a mutual fund that, instead of a load (or sales fee), annually charges shareholders a small percentage of the fund's market value, which is called a 12B-1 fee. Instead of assessing a fee when buying or selling shares as most mutual funds do, 12B-1 fees are deductions from the fund's market value per shareholder. Usually a 12B-1 fee is less than 1% of the market value.

distribution fee

See 12b-1 fee.
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Under the share sale agreement with FWD Group Financial Services, the bank will receive other returns, including a distribution fee, commission and allowance, and investment returns, Nanthawithaya said.
The costs of using the subject of the order in the abovementioned the period consists of: Gas sales fee, Subscription fee, Fixed distribution fee and variable distribution fee.
Included in the capital bill is a repeal of the Commercial Distribution Fee, created in 2004 as a hidden sales tax on truck license plates.
Contract holders pay the federal government a negative distribution fee for all drugs purchased and routed through these wholesalers, and attempt to redeem that cost through fees charged in manufacturer agreements.
Morgan Stanley analyst Benjamin Swinburne resumed coverage of 21st Century Fox (FOXA) with an Overweight rating and $53 price target, based on his valuation of $12 per share for "New Fox" and roughly $41 per share for "RemainCo." Swinburne said he expects New Fox's cable networks to deliver 7-8% annualized distribution fee growth through FY22, which he notes is higher growth than he projects for the U.S.
In this case, Polone claims that the studio improperly charged a 10 per cent subscription video on demand distribution fee, which reduced profits by $2 million.
Summary: Gavin Polone claims that the studio improperly charged a 10 per cent subscription video on demand distribution fee, which reduced profits by $2m
“I have seen the statement that Vanguard does not pay third-party providers a distribution fee, but there is no context for what this means,” Laura Edling said.
They, along with 24 others world-wide, will charge a modest distribution fee.
The first nudge is difficult." People from the mutual fund industry also say that, since distribution fee in liquid funds is very low, distributors are also not very keen to sell this product.
To this end, the WB-RatPac lineup is keyed to an 11% distribution fee (some slate deals yield 9%) and there will be no cherry-picking provision.

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