core asset

core asset

, core competency - A core asset is something essential to success, and a core competency is a distinguishing advantage.
See also related terms for success.
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The transaction enables SL Green to bring in a long-term partner in a core asset while freeing up capital for additional high growth opportunities and enhancing its yield on investment through fees earned in management, leasing and redevelopment of the asset.
The Company has vertically integrated its assets to remove obstacles to growth while diversifying its core asset base, which enable ReoStar to develop and produce its assets without the risk, cost and time involved in traditional exploration.
One Park Avenue is located within a ten minute walk of both Grand Central and Penn Stations, securing its position as a core asset in any business environment.
Out of 599 companies of the Fund, 122 companies will be transferred to the competitive environment, 16 companies of which will be non-core assets and 106 companies - core assets, Rakhmetov noted.
Fostering agency Core Assets Fostering will host a series of events during the national campaign, which runs until May 26.
UGB Chairman, Masaud Hayat, said, "UGB core assets continue to perform and both commercial banking and real estate assets contribution has increased compared to last year.
The Rees Centre is named after Jan Rees, founder and non-executive director at Core Assets.
However, OGK-3's core assets are not as profitable as they could be, and the fate of the company's non-core assets remains unclear.
State-owned telecommunications company PT Telekomunikasi Indonesia Tbk (Telkom) said it will sell a number of non core assets such as 40% stake in PT Patra Telekomunkasi Indonesia (Patrakom) and 25% stake in PT Citra Sari Makmur (CSM) under its consolidation program.
Parting with the strategy of acquiring core assets that its closed end funds have employed to much success in recent years, Jamestown is in the process of raising capital for its first opportunistic fund in roughly six years, to be called Jamestown Co-Invest IV.
This latest acquisition brings greater depth and breadth to the Core Assets existing portfolio of services as it continues to expand in the children and families sector.
Core assets of the DHG portfolio currently include the Affinia Dumont, Affinia 50, Affinia Gardens, Affinia Manhattan and The Benjamin, its luxury brand, which DHG will own and manage with the goal of expanding both brands to key markets throughout the U.