Marquee Asset

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Marquee Asset

A particularly valuable or important asset that a company owns. For example, a car manufacturer's three best producing factories may be considered its marquee assets. A marquee asset is also called a trophy asset. See also: Crown jewel.
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The company has a comprehensive strategy in place based on a simple platform, trophy assets and opportunistic investments.
Lydia Brissy, director in Savills European research adds: Although there has been much talk about a possible slowdown in Chinese investment following restrictions on outbound investment, capital outflows from Hong Kong have been largely unaffected, while mainland investment has also continued, albeit the nature of Chinese investment is likely to shift from trophy assets towards long-term corporate strategic investments such as logistics, student housing and healthcare facilities.
Lesser said, "Hawkins Way Capital's flexibility, creative underwriting, and strong backing made them the perfect fit for these unique trophy assets, which were meticulously maintained over the years by Watchtower.
From trophy assets, value add opportunities, and student housing, Larry has demonstrated valuable insight.
We believe that international interest in Scottish trophy assets such as our client, US drinks company Brown-Forman's PS285m acquisition of the BenRiach Distillery Company, and Ctrip's PS1.
JLL's Hotels & Hospitality Group has advised Starwood Hotels & Resorts Group in the sale of two trophy assets in Florence for a total sale price of approximately $216m (E190m).
The changes at the QIA show that even the biggest sovereign wealth funds are having to shift focus as the slump in the oil price brings to an end an era of vast wealth accumulation and buyouts of trophy assets around the globe.
We're seeing a steady increase in interest from Middle Eastern investors in upscale and trophy assets, with a number of transactions taking place over the last 18 months.
NAMA has clawed back nearly [euro]1billion in trophy assets from property developers including a vintage car and pleasure boat worth [euro]500,000.
Dubai: Be they trophy assets or more prosaic warehouses, the Gulf's institutional and high networth individual investors are out shopping for realty across Europe and whichever geography that catches their fancy at that moment.
Damac is benefiting from Trump loyalists who typically purchase trophy assets developed by the company around the world.