finder's fee

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a fee that is paid to someone who finds a source of financial backing or to someone who brings people together for business purposes

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The model also includes language that researchers can use to describe salary support, money received outside of a study, per capita payments, and unrestricted finders' fees, among other common conflicts.
"Finders' fees," 12b-1 fees or other forms of compensation that may have been paid for asset placement are appropriately applied, utilized and documented.
It conducts the transactions itself and its revenues are created by finders' fees. The company had revenue of 16.6m pounds ($26.1m) in 1998, and a net loss of 1.6m ($2.5m).
Finders' fees and commissions may be paid by Southern Silver in relation to this offering and an over-allotment option (Greenshoe) to allow a purchase of up to 10% additional units beyond the number of units in this offering is included.
Finders' fees may be payable, while the private placement and finders' fees are subject to regulatory approval, the company added and proceeds from the placement will be used for initial work on its recently optioned Carol Copper Project in Sonora, Mexico, besides for general working capital as well.