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Fees and Charges

Mark Cahill t/a Mark Cahill Financial Services, North Dublin Mortgages, Company Pension, Pension Dublin is remunerated by commission and other payments from product producers or lenders on the completion of business. You may choose to pay in full for our services by means of a fee. Where we receive recurring commission, this forms part of the remuneration for initial advice provided. We reserve the right to charge additional fees if the number of hours relating to on-going advice/assistance exceeds 3 hours.

In certain circumstances, it will be necessary to charge a fee for services provided. These are listed below for life, pensions & investments, non-life business and Standard PRSAs. In other circumstances where fees are chargeable or where you choose to pay in full for our service by fee, we will notify you in writing in advance and agree the scale of fees to be charged if different from fees outlined below.

If we receive commission from a product provider, this may be offset against the fee which we will charge you. Where the commission is greater than the fee due, the commission may become the amount payable to the firm unless an arrangement to the contrary is made.

Life, Pensions & Investment Fees

You may elect to deal with us on a fee basis. If you wish to transact on a fee basis we will set out and agree the fee in advance, typical rate is as follows:

Principal Rate:                     €250 per hour

Additional fees may be payable for complex cases or to reflect value, specialist skills or urgency. Our scale of fees for such cases range from a minimum of €250 per hour to a maximum of €500 per hour. We will notify you in advance to agree the scale of fees to be charged.

Personal Retirement Savings Accounts (PRSAs) – Fees

Where advice is requested for PRSAs, the following typical hourly fees will apply:

Advisor fees:   €250 per hour.

Additional fees may be payable for complex cases or to reflect value, specialist skills or urgency. Our scale of fees for such cases range from a minimum of €250 per hour to a maximum of €500 per hour. We will notify you in advance to agree the scale of fees to be charged.

If we receive commission from a product provider, this will be offset against the fee which we will charge you. Where the commission is greater than the fee due, the commission will become the amount payable to the intermediary unless an arrangement to the contrary is made.

Non-Life Remuneration

Mark Cahill t/a Mark Cahill Financial Services, North Dublin Mortgages, Company Pension, Pension Dublin is remunerated by commission from insurers on completion of business. Details of this remuneration are available on request. Where an override commission is received, this will be disclosed to you in general terms.

Mortgages

We may receive up to 1% (or whichever maximum is applicable) of the loan for arranging mortgage finance. This commission is paid by the mortgage lender. The actual amount of commission will be disclosed at a later stage in the ESIS (European Standardised Information Sheet) which will be forwarded to you. Information on the variation in levels of commission payable by the different creditors providing credit agreements being offered are available on request.

Please note that lenders may charge specific fees in certain circumstances and if this applies, these fees will be specified in your Loan Offer. You have the right to pay a fee separately and not include it in the loan. Typically, this situation arises in relation to specialist lending.

If we provide mortgage advice and obtain a Loan Offer for you and you subsequently do not proceed with your mortgage application through our firm, we will charge you an arrangement fee of €750 for our services.

To view maximum commissions payable, please click on the following link..

https://www.bis-platform.com/ba/cp116_pdf.php?docref=cp7125

Mark Cahill trading as Mark Cahill Financial Services, North Dublin Mortgages, Company Pension, Pension
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