Tangible net worth

Tangible net worth

Total assets minus intangible assets, which include patents and copyrights, and total liabilities.

Tangible Net Worth

A calculation of a company's value that does not include the value of intangible assets. It is calculated by taking the value of the company's total assets and subtracting the value of intangible assets and total liabilities. Tangible net worth is easier to measure than net worth because physical things are easier to value. On the other hand, tangible net worth may not be accurate, as it excludes the value of things such as patents, copyrights, and brand recognition.
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The agreement was amended in November 2014 and later on December 4, 2015, providing for a waiver of the tangible net worth financial covenant at September 30, 2015, and amending the covenant to reset the base amount to USD8,000,000, measured quarterly beginning at the end of the fiscal quarter ending December 31, 2015.
In conjunction with the extension of the termination date, Barrick proposed, and its lenders agreed, to replace the financial covenant that required Barrick to maintain a minimum consolidated tangible net worth (CTNW) of at least $3 billion (as of September 30, 2015, Barricks CTNW was $6 billion) with a new financial covenant that better reflects Barricks 2015 deleveraging measures and future expected debt reduction.
Gotham Bank also announced today that, based on its books and records, the unaudited tangible net worth as of April 30, 2012 was approximately $32,455,000.
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As previously reported, several of ResCap's credit facilities contain a financial covenant requiring ResCap to maintain a minimum consolidated tangible net worth as of the end of each fiscal quarter.
It noted that the agreement between Takeda and TAH states that Takeda will maintain 100% ownership of its subsidiary and will assist it in maintaining a minimum tangible net worth and liquidity.
9 million in tangible assets and a tangible net worth of $4.
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Under the terms of the agreement, Gotham Bank's shareholders will receive a per share price equal to the sum of 125% of Gotham Bank's adjusted tangible net worth.