Upfront Fees definition

Upfront Fees means, with respect to any Receivable, the sum of any fees charged by Holdings or the Receivables Account Bank, as the case may be, to a Receivables Obligor in connection with the disbursement of a loan, as set forth in the Receivables Agreement related to such Receivable, which are deducted from the initial amount disbursed to such Receivables Obligor, including the “Origination Fee” set forth on the applicable Receivable Agreement.
Upfront Fees shall have the meaning assigned to such term in Section 2.05.
Upfront Fees shall have the meaning assigned to such term in the Upfront Fee Letter.

Examples of Upfront Fees in a sentence

  • Upfront Fees will be credited to IDF II or offset in full against the General Partner’s profit share.

  • Even though this information might be material, the contract does not provide evidence that the borrower requested confidential treatment from the SEC.2.16 Upfront Fees.

  • Transaction and other fees The General Partner will be entitled to charge portfolio companies or other parties Upfront Fees.

More Definitions of Upfront Fees

Upfront Fees means the fees payable to the Lenders pursuant to Section 3.4(e).
Upfront Fees means the Class A Upfront Fee and the Class B Upfront Fee.
Upfront Fees means fees payable by the Client prior to the commencement of the Services and as otherwise agreed to by the Parties;
Upfront Fees has the meaning indicated in the Construction Agreement.
Upfront Fees has the meaning indicated in subparagraph 3(A).
Upfront Fees shall have the meaning set forth in Section 2.20(b).
Upfront Fees means the one time, Ordering Activity-specific infrastructure set-up fees as indicated on the Order Form that will be charged to Ordering Activity to enable access to the Program.