Lyocell Asset – An investment asset created by mergers and acquisitions.
Lyocell assets are created when assets are removed from their original companies and then put together by investors into a new company.
Opportunities emerge for investors when assets are removed from their original companies. At that time, the assets may be sold to investors or combined by investors into a new company which is then sold to investors.
Lyocell assets are worth purchasing and mixing with other assets to create larger assets. Traditionally lyocell assets are held by investment firms.
Investors who are interested in lyocell assets may create companies to hold the lyocell assets and these companies are not available on the stock exchange. The structure of the company is corporate but the companies are privately held.
Lyocell assets would be considered an advanced investment product for investors with experience dealing with the investment community and with retaining and combining assets.