back-load


Related to back-load: Back Load Fund

back-load

(băk′lōd′)
tr.v. back-load·ed, back-load·ing, back-loads
1. To arrange or plan (a schedule, project, or process, for example) so that a large portion of activity occurs near the end.
2. To incur or pay off (expenses, for example) near the end of a fiscal arrangement.

back-load

(ˈbækˌloʊd)

v.t.
to defer to a later date, as wages, benefits, or costs.
[1975–80]
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Larger retailers with centralised distribution systems could find it financially attractive to back-load their own recyclable material and that of their neighbours.
You can't front-load and back-load at the same time.
3Moving a distance: Companies may back-load vehicles from other companies or depots to give a cheap price, but it could mean different staff at each end - and only the loaders know where the glass is stowed.
Incoming orders increased 40% to 151 million [euro], while turnover increased by 11% and will, given an almost doubled order back-load, continue to grow in the current year.
Unlike the front-load fee, which is based on the amount of the initial investment, the back-load fee - depending on the fund - can be based on either the initial investment or the market value at the time of redemption.
In a variation of the original back-load, several mutual funds have instituted a back-load based structure called a contingent deferred sales charge (CDSC).
While a normative criterion that concentrates priority on the worst-off retirees would therefore endorse a front-loaded reform, the standard utilitarian criterion and the criterion implied by the survey evidence in this paper prefer to back-load the path of benefits.
You may also wish to consider offering an alternative way of making money by simply asking for a percentage of the icing on the cake back-load fee.
stated : "We really had no choice but to back-load the capital plan.
Portfolio Terminations and Compactions (PTC) is an automated trueEX platform providing much needed operational and connectivity benefits to clients who have a need to terminate, compact, back-load and allocate cleared swaps with direct and live connectivity to both CME and LCH.
The refinancing is being done to accommodate a change in rate covenants and to back-load principal debt.
A more subtle reason is that a faster-growing price index that back-loads the present value of benefits has the effect of redistributing, through an actuarially unfair adjustment, some of the total value of benefits away from poorer retirees when mortality is inversely related to income.