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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General Dynamics (GD) downgraded to Hold from Buy at Jefferies with analyst Sheila Kahyaoglu saying despite a portfolio of "marquee assets," the company's earnings "lack momentum." 3.
The biggest pull factor for any investor is going to be the prized assets that the carrier owns, including the marquee assets such as the Air India Building at Nariman Point in Mumbai, another building at the old airport in Kalina, also in Mumbai, and a plot in Delhi's Connaught Place.
Cushman and Wakefield Europe, Middle East and Africa Asset Services head Michael Hatt said the company's "long-standing association with these marquee assets is further boosted by the appointment of our core management team".
MGM is also retaining Bellagio and MGM Grand, two marquee assets on the Las Vegas Strip, which have meaningful collateral value.
AMG will have an unparalleled client roster; a broad relationship base with sponsors, brands and broadcasters; and marquee assets in music for film and television.
Mirach Capital CEO Saransh Sharma believes that these are marquee assets -- Grosvenor House, The Plaza Hotel, Dream Hotel, Sahara Star, Aamby Valley -- and in many ways landmarks by themselves.