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fixed′ as′set


n.
a long-term asset, as a tract of land.
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The new portfolios within Jackson's variable annuity investment lineup each feature distinct, long-term asset allocation strategies, which enable advisers to choose an appropriate investment option for their individual clients, depending on their unique financial objectives.
This transaction gives us the financial resources and flexibility to pursue both our long-term asset development priorities and other corporate purposes," Larson said.
Also, the most significant long-term asset, capitalized and purchased servicing rights, was moderately reflected on the balance sheet at 122 basis points at Nov.
These managers will be instrumental in our long-term asset allocation strategy to shift assets from fixed income to more aggressive blended investments that fall somewhere between our private equity and real estate asset classes.
As we continue to add profit centers and subsidiary companies and diversify our marketing and manufacturing activities, Richard Ferrone should be an immediate and long-term asset to our expanding growing global organization.
According to John Diamantis, Pershing's senior officer in charge of developing the Peak I program and its director of research, a limited number of investment managers were selected for the program based on long-term asset performance within a particular area of expertise.
Kirk Jensen, President of EZE Trucking stated, "After a three-year search, EZE is pleased to identify ARGO Tracker as having the product most able to fulfill our immediate and long-term asset tracking goals.
The generating fleet is relatively new, which should be a long-term asset to the system.
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.
Credit unions can buy variable rate investments to mitigate the risks associated with rising interest rates, yet see their net long-term asset ratio worsen.
2003a) argue that working capital accruals and long-term asset accruals are both proxies for firm growth.
Ameriprise Financial, Inc (AMP) has announced that it has completed the acquisition of a long-term asset management business of Columbia Management.