Asset Valuation Criteria

Asset Valuation Criteria Example

Asset valuation is the process of producing a list of assets and determining their values based on common evaluation criteria. It is challenging because of the diversity of stakeholders and assets. Assets can be tangible or intangible and evaluated based on the criteria such as:

  • Original cost
  • Market value
  • Potential income
  • Replacement or re-creation cost
  • Costs incurred due to the loss of security objectives


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