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.
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back-load

(ˈbækˌloʊd)

v.t.
to defer to a later date, as wages, benefits, or costs.
[1975–80]
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In a very tight vote (334 to 315 and 63 abstentions), the European Parliament rejected, on 16 April, the proposal to back-load the auctioning of 900 million CO2 allowances under the EU's Emissions Trading System(ETS).
You can't front-load and back-load at the same time."
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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.
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If the current IMF programme were more aligned with Pakistan's reform objectives, it would have been larger in size (at least $9bn instead of $6bn); contained more structural conditionality rather than a near-complete emphasis on upfront revenue collection and price adjustments; and be back-loaded rather than 'front-loaded' in terms of policy action on tax and power-sector reform.
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