NBV

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AcronymDefinition
NBVNet Book Value
NBVNykterhetsrörelsens Bildningsverksamhet (Swedish: Educational activityof the Sobriety Movement)
NBVNederlandse Bijenhouders Vereniging (Dutch: Dutch Beekeepers Association)
NBVNetwerk Bewust Verbruiken (Dutch: Network Conscious Consumption; Belgium)
NBVNew Business Value (life insurance)
NBVNational Bank of Vanuatu
NBVNew Business Venture
NBVNothing But Volleyball
NBVNorthern Best Value (Canadian food brand)
NBVNavigation-Based Vehicle speed
NBVNon Bus Vectored
NBVNatural Born Voyeur (movie)
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'As at 30 June 2018, the net book value of Splash amounted to RM3.54 billion,' Air Selangor CEO Suhaimi Kamaralzaman said in a statement.
Target: Non performing loan portfolio with net book value of c.
Its leasing portfolio had a net book value of Dh13.4 billion at year's end, representing an increase of 50 per cent over three years.
Armstrong outlined the net book value of the asset as about $9.2 million (as of September 30, the end of its third quarter), a figure that will continue to be depreciated using the units of production method over the remaining estimated recoverable reserves; it recorded $3 million in additional depreciation from Lewis Creek in the third financial period alone.
The net book value of the company's investments on December 31 was around PS18.2m, compared to PS19.7m in 2011, and included within 'other operating income' the company reported a gain of nearly PS1.3m arising on the settlement of amounts owed by Parsons Brinckerhoff International Inc., the firm's immediate parent.
The company also announced that it has sold two aircraft from its portfolio at a premium to their net book value for a total of USD139m.
As of December 31, 2010, First IB's net book value was USD25.68 per share, up USD2.05 compared to December 31, 2009.
A wholly owned unit of CIMB, Seasam is a special-purpose company that holds gross loans amounting to RM8.4bil and has a net book value of RM928mil.
The building and land lease are currently held on Merix financial statements at zero net book value.
The value of its aircraft assets, including its joint-venture investments, is approximately $1.5 billion in net book value and includes 87 aircraft.
The net book value of the premises was pounds 695,948.