For purposes of our analysis, Fair Market Value is defined as the price at which property would change hands between a willing buyer and a willing seller when neither is acting under compulsion and when both have reasonable knowledge of the relevant facts. As such, our analysis attempts to address the question, “What price would a third party pay for the Subject Investments, given their terms, on their respective valuation dates?” Our analysis does not address what terms or price the Treasury should have or could have accepted...
"We believe that Berkshire Hathaway is able to achieve terms that are unavailable to other private investors because of Mr. Buffett’s history and reputation in the capital markets. In effect, Berkshire Hathaway is offering more than just capital; it is also selling the “Buffett” name as imprimatur on the viability of the entity receiving Buffett capital."
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