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finder's fee

n.
A fee paid to the finder of financial backing for a venture or to a party that brings the principals in a venture together.
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Noun1.finder's fee - a fee that is paid to someone who finds a source of financial backing or to someone who brings people together for business purposes; "the agency got a finder's fee when their candidate was hired as the new CEO"
fee - a fixed charge for a privilege or for professional services
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Securities issued pursuant to this tranche of the private placement, including common shares, share purchase warrants and finder's warrants issued as finder's fees, carry a legend restricting trading of the securities until December 14, 2019.
Medallion said it will pay finder's fees of up to 8% of the gross proceeds funded by outside parties and will grant options to the finders equal to the amount of the payable fees.
Finder's fees of $1,680 cash and 56,000 finder's warrants (each a 'Finder's Warrant') were paid and issued in conjunction with the Second Tranche.
That's how Sherry Gustin, owner/operator of Ameriprise Financial in Wenatchee, received $1,000 in finder's fees from Ward Goodell of Niche Construction & Consulting and his wife CleAnn of Made In The Shade Investments.
BioTime will pay no fees or commissions to broker-dealers or any finder's fees, nor will the company issue any stock purchase warrants, in connection with the offer and sale of the shares.
The company has received USD20m cash, net of income tax and finder's fees, from the sale.
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.
The Company paid finder's fees of 367,500 common shares of the company in connection with the private placement in accordance with the TSX Venture Exchange policies and not subject to H.S.T.
Intermediaries are welcome and finder's fees will be paid for a successful deal.
The payments often are disguised in the vendor's records as consulting or finder's fees, commissions or similar expenses.