invisible assets


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invisible assets

npl (Brit) (Econ) → beni mpl immateriali
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Invisible assets like knowledge and skills play a greater role.
The size of lottery prizes increases the value of visible assets (houses, cars, motorcycles), but not invisible assets (cash and pensions), appearing on the balance sheets of neighboring bankruptcy filers.
Hiroyuki Itami studied and wrote on the impact of invisible assets upon the Japanese corporation.
Ahern believes his company's success in the marketplace is linked directly to the organization's ability to manage and leverage its intellectual capital - the intangible and invisible assets such as knowledge and competence of their people; intellectual property and information systems that don't show up directly on the bottom line, but are more valuable than financial assets.
No one can deny that the visible assets these horrendously evil civil servants have collected are beyond anything that any of the most knowledgeable about public corruption would care to admit to knowing about, but if one also considers the laundered or invisible assets these people have squandered, the devil himself would claim Yemen's corruption to be the best that he has accomplished in this Earth, since God threw Adam out of paradise.