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Effective from 1-Jul-13, the Manager is entitled to a base fee of 1.2% per annum of the gross asset value, 1.0% p.a. where GAV is between GBP 750m and GBP 1.5bn and 0.9% on such part of gross asset value as exceeds GBP 1.5bn. Incentive fee is abolished. The investment advisory agreement may be terminated by either party giving to the other 5 years' notice of termination, expiring at any time after 15 years from the date of the investment advisory agreement. The administrator is entitled to an annual fee from the Company equal to 0.01% of the NAV of the Company per annum, subject to a minimum of GBP 10,000 per annum, plus a fee for accounting on a time spent basis subject to a minimum of GBP 10,000 per annum and capped at a maximum of GBP 35,000 per annum plus a fee for Company Secretarial services of GBP 12,500 per annum subject to a time cost override.
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