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Also known as “putting lipstick on a pig”, this is the process of creating a situation where others believe the toxic asset has long term value and disposing of it through sale before the toxicity reveals itself.
 
Also known as “putting lipstick on a pig”, this is the process of creating a situation where others believe the toxic asset has long term value and disposing of it through sale before the toxicity reveals itself.
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A mechanism of dressing up a liability as some form of future business before divesting to a third party.{{Book cite 11}}
  
 
==Key Elements==
 
==Key Elements==

Latest revision as of 05:50, 30 May 2019

Also known as “putting lipstick on a pig”, this is the process of creating a situation where others believe the toxic asset has long term value and disposing of it through sale before the toxicity reveals itself.

From chapter 11 in the book:


A mechanism of dressing up a liability as some form of future business before divesting to a third party.[1]



Key Elements

Context

Examples

Counter Plays

See Also

Gameplay Patterns

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