Monetary Asset

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Monetary Asset

An asset held in cash or cash equivalent. That is, monetary assets are assets that can easily be liquidated. Examples include stocks and savings accounts.
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C Estates uses the process of tokenization which has long been used by financial institutions on monetary assets. Tokenization is the process of protecting sensitive data by replacing it with an algorithmically-generated number called token.
Monetary assets and liabilities are translated at the exchange rate in effect at the statement of financial position date.
Additionally, on the same date, the Company established a hedge on a portion of its forecasted fuel expense, through a non-derivative financial instrument, using as hedge instrument a portion of its USD denominated monetary assets. This hedging relationship is designated as a cash flow hedge of forecasted fuel expense to mitigate the volatility of the foreign exchange variation arising from the revaluation of this portion of USD denominated monetary asset.
Because C Estates wants to set a global industry benchmark, it adopts this for real-estate transactions to replicate the success of its use in the financial sector that has long been embracing this on monetary assets.
Tenders are invited for Transport of money and monetary assets, securing of Cash payments in the period from 01.10.2019 to 30.09.2020, with the possibility of Extension for another year, at the latest until 30.09.2022
It can also be defined as converting illicit monetary assets into legitimate possessions.
The study also suggests considering financial innovation for monetary policy formulation because the demand for monetary assets is also affected by the financial developments.
Reviewing the outlook of monetary assets or their equivalent in the General Reserve Fund (GRF) for the next five years, the minister said: "They are not positive despite the recovery of oil prices over the last period".
The first was regarding transferring offshore monetary assets to the country and the second was concerning the voluntary declaration of assets within the country.
You probably already know how important it is to have a plan for your physical and monetary assets. These key items are routinely included in wills and are designated a power of attorney.
You can take away a person's material and monetary assets, but you can't take away someone's education.
Financial institutions, a major constituent of the national critical infrastructure, are the key target for cyber criminals and malicious insiders because they are the richest source of intellectual property and offer direct access to monetary assets. The multi channel and distributed environment of financial firms offers a fertile ground for cyber crimes.