• What is realisable value?

    In an insolvency, an asset has two types of value Рthe official value and the realisable value. The official value is how much that asset is valued at in the company’s books; the realisable value is how much it could be sold for if it had to be offloaded quickly.

    For example, a company car might have an official value of $10,000 but a realisable value of only $8,000.

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