trailing commissions

French translation: droits de garde

11:13 Jan 24, 2000
English to French translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial
English term or phrase: trailing commissions
In fact, once the deferred sales charge period has expired, ... front loads generally produce higher trailing commissions.

Thank you in advance.

Suggestion: frais administratifs (ref.: Termium)
Sébastien St-François
Local time: 15:01
French translation:droits de garde
Explanation:
Définition donnée par Bourse 2000: frais prélevés annuellement par l'intermédiaire financier pour la conservation et le suivi des valeurs mobilières détenues en portefeuille.

Explication donnée par Medscape: When you buy a fund through a broker, you can expect that 0.25 percent of your fund's value will be taken out each year to pay the broker. This may be known as a 12b-1 fee to pay "distribution and marketing" charges, but it is really a trailing commission to the broker who sold you the fund. For this ongoing fee, your broker is supposed to monitor your investment in the fund... Trailing fees are imposed on the current value, not
the original investment.

And from an Australian fund: Some Fund Managers will pay us a small trailing commission for as long as your funds remain invested. This trailing commission is paid from the Fund Manager's normal fees and charges and it does not involve you in any additional outlay.

Finalement, sur le site ci-dessous, vous trouverez quelques paragraphes de la Ontario Securities Commission traitant des règles régissant les "trailing commissions"

Hope it helps. Bonne chance,
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Evelyna Radoslavova
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Local time: 13:01
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droits de garde


Explanation:
Définition donnée par Bourse 2000: frais prélevés annuellement par l'intermédiaire financier pour la conservation et le suivi des valeurs mobilières détenues en portefeuille.

Explication donnée par Medscape: When you buy a fund through a broker, you can expect that 0.25 percent of your fund's value will be taken out each year to pay the broker. This may be known as a 12b-1 fee to pay "distribution and marketing" charges, but it is really a trailing commission to the broker who sold you the fund. For this ongoing fee, your broker is supposed to monitor your investment in the fund... Trailing fees are imposed on the current value, not
the original investment.

And from an Australian fund: Some Fund Managers will pay us a small trailing commission for as long as your funds remain invested. This trailing commission is paid from the Fund Manager's normal fees and charges and it does not involve you in any additional outlay.

Finalement, sur le site ci-dessous, vous trouverez quelques paragraphes de la Ontario Securities Commission traitant des règles régissant les "trailing commissions"

Hope it helps. Bonne chance,


    Reference: http://www.osc.gov.on.ca/en/Regulation/Rulemaking/Rules/81-1...
    Reference: http://www.bourse-2000.com/
Evelyna Radoslavova
Canada
Local time: 13:01
Native speaker of: Native in BulgarianBulgarian, Native in FrenchFrench
PRO pts in pair: 150
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