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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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We have noticed a lot of recent discussions about the exposure credit unions have had to long-term assets and wanted to point out that it may not be as bad as some folks think.
1) In the corporate finance literature, long-term asset accruals have been shown as a valid measure of capital investment (Hsiao and Li, 2013).
Conversely, a long-term asset with, say, n periods to maturity might be safe in terms of consumption in the n-th period, but very risky in terms of consumption in the near future.
263(a), when it relates to the acquisition of a long-term asset.
With "the specifics of the Dome mill having a very high-quality long-term asset with a limited feed source, and us having a lot of feed and no high-quality mill, (the merger) was logical," Buchan says.
The second is to remember that investment managers are not going to understand fully your overall situation, and they are not deeply interested in setting long-term asset mix or basic policy.
Columbia Management is the eighth largest long-term asset manager in the U.
Carey, said, "In 2002, perhaps more than ever before, companies came to realize the benefits of sale-leaseback financing-an alternative source of financing that effectively turns a company's bricks and mortar into working capital while providing long-term financing for a long-term asset It remains a popular alternative for companies looking to diversify their sources of capital.
24 000 000 EUR of the share is expected to be placed in a long-term asset, and this is applied for the treatment of tender, 2 to 3 asset managers.
INDOPCO requires capitalization of certain costs that create a long-term asset, which is interpreted as including a significant future benefit.
By choosing the accelerated auction method of sales, the seller can avoid the carrying costs associated with long-term asset management and maintenance, including taxes and marketing expenses.
Prominent examples include Bank of America's announced sale of the long-term asset management business of its Columbia Management subsidiary to Ameriprise; Bank of New York Mellon's announced acquisition of Insight Investment Management from Lloyds Banking Group; and the purchase by Sumitomo Trust & Banking of Citigroup's 64% interest in Nikko Asset Management.