Tangible Net Worth

Tangible Net Worth

Lenders or companies preparing a sale will calculate tangible net worth by deducting intangibles (intellectual property, copyright, patents, goodwill) from shareholders’ equity. The resulting number offers a reasonable gauge of how much value is notionally available and can be realised by sellers in a company sale, or by creditors as collateral value in secured facilities or in a liquidation.

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