vlottende activa

08:30 Aug 27, 2000
Dutch to English translations [PRO]
Bus/Financial
Dutch term or phrase: vlottende activa
Financial document - Balance sheet
Karin van der Tak


Summary of answers provided
nacurrent assets
traverse (X)
nacurrent assets (British English) or floating assets (American English)
Marijke Singer
naCurrent Assets
Miet Vanaudenaerde
naliquid assets
rnoel (X)


  

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3 mins
liquid assets


Explanation:
From my Dutch/Englidsh dictionary.

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1 hr
Current Assets


Explanation:
They comprise: Cash, Marketable Securities (current), Accounts Receivable, Inventories en Prepaid Expenses.

Miet Vanaudenaerde
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5 hrs
current assets (British English) or floating assets (American English)


Explanation:
Hi,

The Americans also use 'fluid assets'.

Hope this helps,
Marijke

Marijke Singer
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22 hrs
current assets


Explanation:
this is the term most often used, often in combination with "fixed assets" (vaste activa". The American term "floating" or "fluid" is not very commonly used in a European balance sheet.See also Van Amerongen "Terminologie Financieel Management". Good luck!

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