Definition for : Book value of shareholders' equity
The book Value of Shareholders' equity is equal to everything a company owns less everything it already owes or may owe. Book Value of Shareholders' equity is thus equal to: Fixed assets + Current assets - All borrowings of any kind. See also book Value.
(See Chapter 4 Capital employed and invested capital of the Vernimmen)
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