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Published: 25th March 2017 by William Webster

The valuation of assets and liabilities appears to be straightforward but isn’t. The problem centres on market liquidity and the information that is available.

In actively traded markets, where there is proper depth, liquidity and transparency valuation using current market prices should prove robust.

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