If, instead of an introductory agreement, you need an agreement creating an agent-in-principle relationship, you should use one of the agency agreements in the sub-file of agency, sales and franchise agreements instead of one of the agreements in this sub-file. This agreement was not established in accordance with the rules of the ACF or the Financial Services and Markets Act 2000 and therefore does not undertake to comply with it. This agreement is therefore unsuitable for the introduction of clients for financial services such as insurance products or investment advice. 3. BS.COM.04A Introducer Agreement (Ongoing Business Relationship – Fixed Fee – Commission) – Designed for the same scenario as BS.COM.04, but includes the payment of a percentage commission for transactions that result in the establishment of the current business relationship between the supplier and imported customers instead of fixed fees. A fixed fee remains due for the introduction itself and for the opening of the current business relationship. Agents distinguish themselves from agents by not selling or transmitting orders or by accepting orders on behalf of the other party. They only refer potential customers to the supplier. Once the introduction is completed, the importer no longer plays any role in the relationship between the supplier and the potential customer. The contracting parties expressly state that the agreement fully expresses their agreement with respect to its purpose and invalidates and replaces all previous agreements between them with respect to its property.

The parties are independent experts. This agreement is by no means an employment contract, since the parties expressly oppose any employment relationship as an essential condition without which they would not have entered into this agreement. 2.2 All potential customers that the introductor wishes to present to the distributor must be presented separately. This list is displayed in appendix 1 to this agreement. These introductory, royalty and commission agreements are intended to protect the “importing” party and to help ensure that they are paid for the services provided. Whether you are introducing potential companies or companies into known or new contacts, it is always advisable to ensure that the “initiation relationship” is properly documented. Discussions have taken place and the parties have decided to conclude this agreement, known as the “agreement,” including its recitals and annexes, which are included in this agreement and are indivisible. In this agreement, “deployment” is considered an “introduction” after providing a potential customer`s contact information to the supplier. No commission or commission is due to the importer at the time of introduction, but can be paid when payments are received from time to time (within an agreed time frame) by the supplier by the customer. In all cases, the introductor must never act on behalf of and on behalf of the brand. In particular, it will not reach an agreement on behalf of the brand.

Location: If a rejected sub-importer is, at any time and for any reason, directly or indirectly related to the importer of TPL, all royalties resulting from the introduction of this sub-supplier are considered to be imported under this agreement. The agreement can only be amended by the explicit and written mutual agreement of the contracting parties, in which case any modification or waiver of a provision of this agreement is annexed to the agreement and attached to the agreement.