Payments

Some articles on payments, payment:

AIG Bonus Payments Controversy
... The AIG bonus payments controversy began in March 2009, when it was publicly disclosed that the American International Group (AIG) was to pay approximately $218 million in ... Beyond the $165 million in bonus payments that were recently announced, total bonuses for the financial unit could reach $450 million and bonuses for the ...
Types of Life Annuity - Joint Annuities
... Multiple annuitant products include joint-life and joint-survivor annuities, where payments stop upon the death of one or both of the annuitants respectively ... For example, an annuity may be structured to make payments to a married couple, such payments ceasing on the death of the second spouse ... In joint-survivor annuities, sometimes the instrument reduces the payments to the second annuitant after death of the first ...
SWACHA
... education, training, representation and knowledge regarding electronic payments and payments system risks to its approximately 1,100 members across the Southwest, United States ... SWACHA members are provided electronic payments training and industry resource materials, risk management programs and representation at a national level in the ...
Loan Modification In The United States - Home Affordable Modification Program - Payments To Servicers, Lenders, and Responsible Borrowers
... will share with the lender/investor the cost of reductions in monthly payments from 38% DTI to 31% DTI ... Homeowners who make their payments on time are eligible for up to $1,000 of principal reduction payments each year for up to five years ... The program will provide one-time bonus incentive payments of $1,500 to lender/investors and $500 to servicers for modifications made while a borrower is still current on mortgage ...
Special Servicer
... (mortgage bank, servicing firm, etc.) collects the timely payment of interest and principal from borrowers ... with a mortgage makes their regularly scheduled payments to a loan servicing firm ... boom", and servicers targeted borrowers "less likely to make timely payments" in order to collect more late fees ...