Book Value

Example Definitions of "Book Value"
Book Value. The value of such asset on the books of the Company, before allowance for depreciation or amortization
Book Value. The value of such an asset on the books of the Company, before allowance for depreciation or amortization amortization.
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Book Value. The book value of the Employer as disclosed by the Employer's books of account regularly maintained in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles in the United States applied on a consistent basis as determined by certified public accountants regularly auditing Employer's financial statements.
Book Value. The book Book value of the Employer as disclosed by the Employer's books of account regularly maintained in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles in the United States applied on a consistent basis as determined by certified public accountants regularly auditing Employer's financial statements. basis.
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Book Value. As such term is defined in the Declaration of Trust.
Book Value. The Company's total assets minus its total liabilities as determined in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP), divided by the number of Shares outstanding
Book Value. 1.17 "Book Value"
Book Value. As to any Book Value Unit shall mean an amount determined by the Committee or, if no amount is set by the Committee, as of any date (i) the stockholders' equity (as determined in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles, applied on a consistent basis) allocable to the Common Stock of the Company, as set forth on the consolidated balance sheet of the Company and its Subsidiaries as of the Quarter Date coincident with or immediately preceding such date, divided by (ii) the number... of Notional Shares existing as of such Quarter Date; provided, however, that Book Value and/or the number of Notional Shares may be adjusted to such an extent as may be determined by the Committee to preserve the benefit of the arrangement for holders of Book Value Units and the Company, if in the opinion of the Committee, after consultation with the Company's independent public accountants, changes in the Company's accounting policies, acquisitions or other unusual or extraordinary items have materially affected the stockholders' equity allocable to the Notional Shares. View More
Book Value. The value of the particular asset on the books and records of the Company, before any allowance for depreciation or amortization
Book Value. Of the Company shall be equal to the aggregate amounts reported as Stockholders Equity on the Company's balance sheet as of the end of each fiscal year determined in accordance with generally accepted accounting principles (GAAP) but without taking into account any valuation reserves (i.e., changes in the value of the Company's portfolio of investments as a result of mark-to-market valuation changes, referred to in the financial statements as 'Accumulated Other Comprehensive Gain or Loss')
Book Value. The book value of a share of Stock determined in accordance with the Company's regular accounting practices.
Book Value. At any time for any share of common stock of Bank, Equity Capital divided by the total number of shares of common stock of Bank outstanding at such time
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