finder's fee


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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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This financing puts us in a very strong financial position and allows the Company to continue expanding its silver mineral resource with new high grade silver discoveries on the property.' The Company has agreed to pay a finder's fee in respect of those purchasers under the Offering introduced to the Company by Mackie Research Capital Corporation (the 'Finder').
("Acumen" and together with Leede and RBC, the "Finders"), consisting of: (i) a cash finder's fee of $144,800, equal to 8% of the gross proceeds to the Company raised from subscriptions in the Private Placement from persons introduced to the Company by the Finders; and (ii) 2,896,000 compensation warrants ("Finder's Warrants") equal to 8% of the Units subscribed for by persons introduced to the Company by the Finders.
They each award a $500 finder's fee if they close on a property.
which will receive a finder's fee of USD 16,799.98 in cash and 28,000 finders' units and Clairewood Partners Ltd.
The corporation paid an aggregate finder's fee of USD16,800 to certain arm's length finders for placing the units under the private placement and issued 42,000 finder's warrants equal to seven percent of the gross proceeds raised from applicable subscriptions in the private placement.
A finder's fee of 250,000 Montan Mining Shares was issued to Longford Exploration Services Ltd.
In addition, there is a finder's fee that will be levied and payable to the DOE.
The find was turned over to the Zagray estate; a modest "finder's fee" was given to the club, which put it to work in making museum improvements.
The Company is proposing to pay a finder's fee to an agent or agents that assist in procuring the proceeds of the offering.
The firm retrieved it but asked Arthur to stump up a PS27.50 finder's fee, 12% of the cash, plus a 50p admin charge.
7%, sales tax paid by franchise), Finder's fee for extra work found for franchisee 7%, Adv- nat.
Washington, June 10 ( ANI ): Director and producer Adam Shankman has revealed that he wants to charge finder's fee from the recently engaged Miley Cyrus and Liam Hemsworth, as the couple first met on sets of the movie he produced.