MANAGEMENT EXPENSE Definition

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MANAGEMENT EXPENSE is the management fee deducted from a funds average net assets to pay an advisor or sub-advisor. This fee is normally on a sliding scale. As the net assets of the fund increase, the percentage deducted for management fees decreases. A fund can also have a fixed rate or flat fee to compensate the advisor.

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RECAPITALIZATION: It is dependent upon how you use the term. The term recapitalization in itself is, dependent upon the scenario, simply an adjustment of the relationships between the debt and equity that funds a firms assets. However, it can become quite complex dependent upon under what conditions or reasons the firm is being recapitalized. This is especially true if recapitalization is being pursued to ward off a hostile takeover.

EFO see EARNINGS FROM OPERATIONS.

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