Intangible Value

Intangible Value

In accounting, the value of an asset that cannot be seen or touched. Intangible assets include things like patents and brand recognition, which add value to a company. It is very difficult to determine intangible value because its liquidity and intrinsic value are often unknowable. Intangible values are sometimes not included in a company's valuation. However, not including them may not express the company's true value.
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They are tangible places of intangible value. Their contribution arises from the very complexity that make them necessary.
Hiroshi Koike, the President of YMPH, hopes this will change customer engagement with Yamaha riders, serving as a tool that will help provide intangible value.
Following the signing of the agreement, Muthaura said, "This strategic partnership between CMA and FSRA underscores the importance of sustainable finance and the intangible value drivers within environmental, social and governance perspectives.
At the same time, rewilding also serves to make the aesthetic and intangible value of nature accessible to people.
'Sports and cultural tourism enables us to receive a new avenue of travellers that are not only interested in visiting Diani Beach but are interested in gaining intangible value from their visit to our beautiful country,' he said.
Many Koreans have lacked an awareness of the intangible value of intellectual property, and do not respect the value of creative activity.
Evans said UCL was invited to Qatar in 2010 by Qatar Foundation to develop cultural heritage programmes that help realise the tangible and intangible value of the county's investment in arts and culture.
I support this argu- ment as financial regulation fails to assess the long-term intangible value of marketing activity.
The Court of Appeal held that the purpose of a claim in nuisance is not to protect the value of property as an investment or financial issue, but is there to protect the intangible value of land, namely owners' use and enjoyment of their property.
The country has been robbed of a social value system and the role models now are lawbreakers, cheaters, and manipulators who pride in their inept craft of connivance and subjugating their own people for a revenue stream made up of the most intangible value in printed paper called money.
Semantics aside, there is no doubt that when committed individuals join together to accomplish a superordinate task, they usually create more economic and intangible value than the same number of individuals working separately.
In the CIV method (Calculated Intangible Value), one steps away from market value analysis and begins to take into consideration return on assets (ROA).