hidden asset

/ˌhɪd(ə)n 'æset/ noun
an asset which is valued much less in the company’s accounts than its true market value

Dictionary of banking and finance. 2015.

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  • Transformative asset — Transformative assets are assets that may provide resources for social and economic mobility. Examples of transformative assets include homeownership and inheritances. These assets enable families to have access to resources or to achieve a… …   Wikipedia

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