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Finder's fee

A fee a person or company charges for service as an intermediary in a transaction.

Finder's Fee

A fee that a person or company is paid in exchange for facilitating a transaction or other deal. For example, one may be paid a finder's fee if one knows both a potential buyer and a potential seller of a company, introduces the two, and the deal is finalized. The finder often has no role except to make parties aware of each other's existence and the finder's fee is usually a percentage of the value of the deal.

finder's fee

The charge levied by a person or firm for putting together a deal. For example, a finder may receive a fee equal to 3% of the principal amount paid for a corporate acquisition.

finder's fee

A fee for finding someone to buy, sell, or rent real estate. It is illegal in most states unless the finder is a licensed real estate broker or agent. There is some question about whether existing tenants may receive small gifts or rent credits for referring new tenants.The states that allow this limit the compensation or gift to something minimal.

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No finder's fee or commission is payable in connection with the CAVAN-NORD claims agreement.
The offering and finder's fee are subject to TSX Venture Exchange approval.
In connection with the private placement, a cash finder's fee of 6% will be paid to a person at arm's length to Anaconda.
For its role in facilitating this transaction Salman Partners will be paid a finder's fee of 6%, payable in Units and 6% in finder's warrants upon closing.
In connection with the acquisition of the Companies, Ribbon has agreed to pay a finder's fee of approximately 8% of the aggregate deemed value of $6,000,000 to a third party that is at arm's length to Ribbon, Integrated and the Companies (the "Finder") for services provided to the Companies including sourcing a public vehicle and providing advice on the structuring and business plan for the Companies.
All securities issued pursuant to the private placement and the finder's fee are subject to a four month hold period from the date of closing.
In connection with the non-brokered private placement, a 7 % cash finder's fee commission was be paid out to Wolverton Securities Ltd for an amount of $24,150 cdn and the Company has also issued broker warrants to acquire the number of units equal to 7 % of the units subscribed for by the investors or 483,000 broker warrants.
The company also said that finder's fees will be payable and both the private placement and finder's fees are subject to regulatory approval.