Payments for Distribution Assistance and Administrative Support Services Sample Clauses

Payments for Distribution Assistance and Administrative Support Services. (a) Payments to the Distributor. In consideration of the payments made by the Fund to the Distributor under this Plan, the Distributor shall provide administrative support services and distribution services to the Fund. Such services include distribution assistance and administrative support services rendered in connection with Shares (1) sold in purchase transactions, (2) issued in exchange for shares of another investment company for which the Distributor serves as distributor or sub-distributor, or (3) issued pursuant to a plan of reorganization to which the Fund is a party. If the Board believes that the Distributor may not be rendering appropriate distribution assistance or administrative support services in connection with the sale of Shares, then the Distributor, at the request of the Board, shall provide the Board with a written report or other information to verify that the Distributor is providing appropriate services in this regard. For such services, the Fund will make the following payments to the Distributor:
Payments for Distribution Assistance and Administrative Support Services. (a) The Fund will make payments to the Distributor, within forty-five (45) days of the end of each calendar quarter, in the aggregate amount (i) of 0.0625% (0.25% on an annual basis) of the average during the calendar quarter of the aggregate net asset value of the Shares computed as of the close of each business day (the "Service Fee"), plus (ii) 0.1875% (0.75% on an annual basis) of the average during the calendar quarter of the aggregate net asset value of the Shares computed as of the close of each business day (the "Asset-Based Sales Charge"). Such Service Fee payments received from the Fund will compensate the Distributor and Recipients for providing administrative support services with respect to Accounts. Such Asset-Based Sales Charge payments received from the Fund will compensate the Distributor and Recipients for providing distribution assistance in connection with the sale of Shares. The administrative support services in connection with the Accounts to be rendered by Recipients may include, but shall not be limited to, the following: answering routine inquiries concerning the Fund, assisting in establishing and maintaining accounts or sub-accounts in the Fund and processing Share redemption transactions, making the Fund's investment plans and dividend payment options available, and providing such other information and services in connection with the rendering of personal services and/or the maintenance of Accounts, as the Distributor or the Fund may reasonably request. The distribution assistance in connection with the sale of Shares to be rendered by the Distributor and by Recipients may include, but shall not be limited to, the following: distributing sales literature and prospectuses other than those furnished to current holders of the Fund's Shares ("Shareholders"), and providing such other information and services in connection with the distribution of Shares as the Distributor or the Fund may reasonably request. It may be presumed that a Recipient has provided distribution assistance or administrative support services qualifying for payment under the Plan if it has Qualified Holdings of Shares to entitle it to payments under the Plan. In the event that either the Distributor or the Board should have reason to believe that, notwithstanding the level of Qualified Holdings, a Recipient may not be rendering appropriate distribution assistance in connection with the sale of Shares or administrative support services for the Accounts, then the ...
Payments for Distribution Assistance and Administrative Support Services. (a) THE FUND WILL MAKE PAYMENTS TO THE DISTRIBUTOR (I) WITHIN FORTY-FIVE (45) DAYS OF THE END OF EACH CALENDAR QUARTER, IN THE AGGREGATE AMOUNT OF 0.0625% (0.25% ON AN ANNUAL BASIS) OF THE AVERAGE DURING THE CALENDAR QUARTER OF THE AGGREGATE NET ASSET VALUE OF THE SHARES COMPUTED AS OF THE CLOSE OF EACH BUSINESS DAY (THE "SERVICE FEE"), PLUS (II) WITHIN TEN (10) DAYS OF THE END OF EACH MONTH, IN THE AGGREGATE 0.020833% (0.25% ON AN ANNUAL BASIS) OF THE AVERAGE DURING THE CALENDAR QUARTER OF THE AGGREGATE NET ASSET VALUE OF THE SHARES COMPUTED AS OF THE CLOSE OF EACH BUSINESS DAY (THE "ASSET-BASED SALES CHARGE"). SUCH SERVICE FEE PAYMENTS RECEIVED FROM THE FUND WILL COMPENSATE THE DISTRIBUTOR AND RECIPIENTS FOR PROVIDING ADMINISTRATIVE SUPPORT SERVICES WITH RESPECT TO ACCOUNTS. SUCH ASSET-BASED SALES CHARGE PAYMENTS RECEIVED FROM THE FUND WILL COMPENSATE THE DISTRIBUTOR AND RECIPIENTS FOR PROVIDING DISTRIBUTION ASSISTANCE IN CONNECTION WITH THE SALE OF SHARES. The administrative support services in connection with the Accounts to be rendered by Recipients may include, but shall not be limited to, the following: answering routine inquiries concerning the Fund, assisting in establishing and maintaining accounts or sub-accounts in the Fund and processing Share redemption transactions, making the Fund's investment plans and dividend payment options available, and providing such other information and services in connection with the rendering of personal services and/or the maintenance of Accounts, as the Distributor or the Fund may reasonably request. The distribution assistance in connection with the sale of Shares to be rendered by the Distributor and by Recipients may include, but shall not be limited to, the following: distributing sales literature and prospectuses other than those furnished to current holders of the Fund's Shares ("Shareholders"), and providing such other information and services in connection with the distribution of Shares as the Distributor or the Fund may reasonably request. It may be presumed that a Recipient has provided distribution assistance or administrative support services qualifying for payment under the Plan if it has Qualified Holdings of Shares to entitle it to payments under the Plan. In the event that either the Distributor or the Board should have reason to believe that, notwithstanding the level of Qualified Holdings, a Recipient may not be rendering appropriate distribution assistance in connection with the sale of Shar...
Payments for Distribution Assistance and Administrative Support Services. (a) PAYMENTS TO THE DISTRIBUTOR. (i)
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  • Administrative Support Services Fees Within forty-five (45) days of the end of each calendar quarter or at such other period as deemed appropriate by the Distributor, the Fund will make payments in the aggregate amount of up to 0.25% on an annual basis of the average during the period of the aggregate net asset value of the Shares computed as of the close of each business day (the “Service Fee”). Such Service Fee payments received from the Fund will compensate the Distributor for providing administrative support services with respect to Accounts. The administrative support services in connection with Accounts may include, but shall not be limited to, the administrative support services that a Recipient may render as described in Section 3(b)(i) below.

  • Administrative Support Service Fees Within forty-five (45) days of the end of each calendar quarter, the Fund will make payments in the aggregate amount of 0.0625% (0.25% on an annual basis) of the average during that calendar quarter of the aggregate net asset value of the Shares computed as of the close of each business day (the "Service Fee"). Such Service Fee payments received from the Fund will compensate the Distributor for providing administrative support services with respect to Accounts. The administrative support services in connection with Accounts may include, but shall not be limited to, the administrative support services that a Recipient may render as described in Section 3(b)(i) below.

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  • Distribution Assistance Fees (Asset-Based Sales Charge). Within ten (10) days of the end of each month, the Fund will make payments in the aggregate amount of 0.0625% (0.75% on an annual basis) of the average during the month of the aggregate net asset value of Shares computed as of the close of each business day (the "Asset-Based Sales Charge"). Such Asset-Based Sales Charge payments received from the Fund will compensate the Distributor for providing distribution assistance in connection with the sale of Shares. The distribution assistance services to be rendered by the Distributor in connection with the Shares may include, but shall not be limited to, the following: (i) paying sales commissions to any broker, dealer, bank or other person or entity that sells Shares, and/or paying such persons "Advance Service Fee Payments" (as defined below) in advance of, and/or in amounts greater than, the amount provided for in Section 3(b) of this Agreement; (ii) paying compensation to and expenses of personnel of the Distributor who support distribution of Shares by Recipients; (iii) obtaining financing or providing such financing from its own resources, or from an affiliate, for the interest and other borrowing costs of the Distributor's unreimbursed expenses incurred in rendering distribution assistance and administrative support services to the Fund; and (iv) paying other direct distribution costs, including without limitation the costs of sales literature, advertising and prospectuses (other than those prospectuses furnished to current holders of the Fund's shares ("Shareholders")) and state "blue sky" registration expenses.

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