net asset value

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net asset value

n. Abbr. NAV
The market value of all securities owned by a mutual fund, minus its total liabilities, divided by the number of shares issued.

net asset value

n
(Accounting & Book-keeping) the total value of the assets of an organization less its liabilities and capital charges. Abbreviation: NAV

net′ as′set val`ue


n.
the price of a share in a mutual fund, equal to the total value of the fund's securities divided by the number of shares outstanding.
Abbr.: NAV
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While the Resolution Applicant shall continue to specify the sources of funds that will be used to pay insolvency resolution process costs, liquidation value due to Operational Creditors and liquidation value due to dissenting financial creditors, the Committee of Creditors shall specify the amounts payable from resources under the Resolution Plan for these purposes.
While the resolution applicant continues to specify the sources of funds that will be used to pay insolvency resolution process costs, liquidation value due to operational creditors and liquidation value due to dissenting financial creditors, the IBBI noted that the committee of creditors must specify the amounts payable from resources under the resolution plan for these purposes.
But this rule suggests that a dissenting creditor will be given the full liquidation value.
Although the real estate market is improving, and even though distressed properties might not be the serious concern they were a few years ago, mortgage bankers and appraisers are still affected when liquidation value is used as an adjunct to market value for commercial properties.
This article assists the practitioner by analyzing the definition of liquidation value in the literature on valuation.
Assets, like these, that don't generate income, have no going concern value--only liquidation value.
An interesting point related to the issuance of a profits interest: a true profit interest substantially vested at the time of issuance has no liquidation value immediately after it is issued.
Holding value represents the DCF of income resulting from retained real property, while liquidation value represents personal property.
Orderly liquidation value represents a professional opinion of the estimated most probable price expressed in terms of cash in U.
25 in common stock or the equivalent of $80 in liquidation value of a new preferred stock.
The first is the estimated going-concern (market) value of the firm's assets at the date of emergence from bankruptcy, and the second is the estimated liquidation value of the assets, both as presented in the firm's bankruptcy plan.