commission

(redirected from Brokerage Fees)
Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Legal, Financial, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.

commission

To purchase or arrange the purchase of services, as in a primary care trust commissioning cytology screening services from a pathology laboratory in a particular trust.

commission

Business & health A type of finder's fee set by insurance brokers or agents for selling health plans, built into the premiums paid by the insured. See Biological Stain Commission, Commission on Dietary Supplement Labels, Commission E, Enzyme Commission, Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organization, National Commission for Certification of Acupuncturists, National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical & Behavioral Research, Nuclear Regulatory Commission, Pepper Commission, Pew Commission.

Commission

short for the International Commission on Zoological Nomenclature.
References in periodicals archive ?
Bank holding companies with assets of $1 billion to $10 billion generated insurance brokerage fee income of $373.
NBI had established this opportunity to its odd-lot shareholders initially in February 1993 to provide those small shareholders a market without prohibitive brokerage fees.
With a minimum investment of $10,000 you can avoid brokerage fees and the majority of other third party costs by buying these conservative instruments directly from the Federal Reserve.
Every seasoned commercial landlord knows the costs associated with vacancy: lost rental income, tenant improvements, brokerage fees, advertising expenses, free rent allowances to new tenants and the legal fees incurred in the negotiation and drafting of a new lease.
The Billing Analysis Tool not only enables customers to segregate, view and produce reports on international, ground and express shipping charges, but also breaks out associated costs such as duties, taxes and total customs and brokerage fees.
There will be no brokerage fees or commissions on newly issued shares of the Company's common stock purchased under the Plan.
Every seasoned commercial building owner is aware of the costs associated with Vacancy: lost rental income, tenant improvements, brokerage fees, advertising expenses, free rent allowances to new tenants and the legal fees incurred in the negotiation and drafting of a new lease.
OSG will pay brokerage fees, selling commission and underwriting discounts, if any, incurred in connection with disposing of the shares.
The Company will pay all service charges and brokerage fees associated with the purchase of the Company's common stock under the Plan, which is being administered by Bank One, Indianapolis, NA.
Marketing Costs - Any reasonable and necessary advertising and marketing costs not included in customary brokerage fees paid by the transferor will be allowed as an allowable selling expense.