Intellectual asset deals and decisions: are you building or destroying value?

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Twenty years ago, the valuation of intellectual property – and, more broadly, of intellectual assets or intangibles – was looked upon as a subjective and arcane exercise, in that there was a lack of consensus on the methodologies to apply and application was limited. This has changed significantly: IP and intellectual asset valuation is now an established business tool. In today’s dynamic environment – influenced by vigorous new reporting standards, IP auctions, increasing globalisation and the trend towards alliances of all types – intangible assets are becoming increasingly important in boardrooms around the world.


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