Ensuring you are match fit to securitise your IP assets

By Ian Brewer

Asian jurisdictions have taken the lead in trying to encourage IP-backed lending. For would-be borrowers, presenting a credible IP-based business plan is crucial

Singapore and Malaysia have joined the growing ranks of countries with IP finance schemes, with the Singapore scheme issuing its first loan in 2016. Companies which hope to take advantage of such schemes need to adopt the right approach in order to win the confidence of both lenders and venture capitalists.

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