If you do have illiquid assets
, that is why it is more important that you plan for that particular asset.
As such, those who are aware of their self-control problems, referred to as "sophisticates," are more likely to utilize illiquid asset
This is because the latter option requires holding large balances of cash and foregoing the high return on the illiquid asset
(and, therefore, the associated higher level of long-run consumption).
Rebalancing is rarely an option for illiquid asset
classes such as private equity, but using "vintage accounts" to hold illiquid assets
yields tax compliance savings that are similar to those for side pockets.
NET LIQUID ASSETS TO SHARE PRICE: The market price per share should be greater than the net liquid assets per share calculated as (Total Assets - Illiquid Assets
- Total Liabilities) divided by number of shares.
An illiquid asset
with high illiquidity costs is characterized by a
On 15 September, the European Commission extended by six months its investigation into the illiquid asset
back-up facility provided by the Dutch state to the financial group ING.
This research shows why it is not supportable to apply instruments and perspectives underlying IFV to illiquid asset
valuation, and why this may lead to distorted analysis of the rational behavior of buyers and sellers of illiquid assets
At the beginning of the year, the insurance company is invested in a mix of three different assets: cash, a relatively liquid asset, and an illiquid asset
An illiquid asset
is one in which the proceeds available from physical liquidation or a sale on some date are less than the present value of its payoff on some future date.
If a plan holds an illiquid asset
that the plan fiduciary determines is an imprudent investment for the plan (i.
They converted an illiquid asset
to cash and significantly reduced the cost associated with using the space.