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Fixed Asset

Property, such as machinery or buildings, utilized in a business that will not be used or liquidated during the current fiscal period.

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In this model, agents invest directly in the two assets ex ante and trade the long-term asset for cash ex post, i.e., after they find out their liquidity needs.
These funds will be able to invest only in unlisted companies that need capital over a long period, in long-term assets and in venture capital or social entrepreneurship funds.
(2003a) argue that working capital accruals and long-term asset accruals are both proxies for firm growth.
Mr Eades joins from Hertfordshire-based stock transfer organisation B3Living where he was responsible for developing long-term asset management investment plans for the housing stock.
Fulham held out for a big fee but Freedman thinks Dikgacoi will be a long-term asset - and is now switching his sights to a centre half and a striker.
It struck a deal in 2009 to sell a long-term asset management business, part of its Columbia Management division, to Ameriprise Financial Inc (AMP.N) for about $1 billion.
"As a result, investors are turning to property as not only do they see a return through the rental income but they also have the property as a long-term asset."
He seems a good young manager and I want someone who is going to be a long-term asset."
Samir Brikho, chief executive of Amec, said: "This major electricity alliance contract, similar to our alliance with National Grid for gas networks, underlines AMEC's expertise in providing long-term asset support for the energy infrastructure sector."
A continuing-care retirement facility adjacent to campus would help students learn and meet the town's needs now while creating a long-term asset.
During NTCA's regional meeting benefit workshops this year, members often asked, "What can NTCA do to advise savings plan participants how to invest in the current market environment?" Our answer: have a long-term asset allocation in place that diversifies your investments over several different asset classes.
Chairman Mr John Guinness said the Magnox business would be a long-term asset as bringing it together with BNFL would enhance revenues and reduce liabilities.