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Valuation of intangible assets and intellectual property

Valuation of intangible assets and intellectual property

There is a great demand toward the valuation of intangible assets and intellectual property not only as a separate service type, but also as a part of business valuation in the valuation services market recently.

It is impossible not to evaluate the importance of intangible assets for the company valuation. This type of measurement still remains one of the most complex valuation trends.  

World trends show that there is an increase in the influence of intangible assets to the value of companies. They became the main type of assets of big companies.

Nowadays the value of the company is evaluated not only with balance sheet or fixed assets. This reflects the significance and value  of all intangible assets, including prices of shares, patent rights, trademarks, copyright, etc.

Venture companies are the most different target of the valuation in comparison to the traditional eneterprise. The main objective of such companies is to bring products and services related to the use of intangible assets to the market. That’s why the valuation of those companies is closer to the valuation of intangible assets other than the traditional companies.

The outcomes of the valuation of intangible assets and intellectual property is the determination of  the value of scientific and technical research, software products, trademarks, and works. Individual approach to each object is necessary and this ignores common calculation method.

The valuation of intangible assets is important for big companies only in case of significant contribution of those assets’ value to the general capitalization of the company and status consolidation in the market.

Our company has made of success in the relevant services market and offers quality approach to our partners to identify the value of intangible assets.

The main objectives of the activities related to the valuation of intangible assets and intellectual property are as follows:

  • Purchase and sale transaction of intangible assets;
  • Inclusion of intangible assets in the charter capital of the company;
  • Determination of the shares of intangible assets in the investment projects to be realized;
  • Development of business-plan and determination of economic benefits of the use of intangible assets;
  • Determination of the price of the license agreement focusing on intangible assets;
  • Inclusion of intangible assets in company balance;
  • Optimization of the taxation of the company which has intangible assets;
  • Partners’ investment motifs and attraction of additional investment to the business;
  • Assessment of the general value of the company which has intangible assets to manage business value;
  • Managerial and investment decisions of the owner of intangible assets;
  • Merger or takeover of the company which has intangible assets;
  • Purchase, sale, or restructure of the company which has intangible assets;
  • To put intangible assets in pledge while taking credit or a loan;
  • Determination of the damages in the result of violation of exclusive rights of the owner of intangible assets.

We realized a number of big projects related to the valuation of business in different fields of economics, including the valuation of fuel and energy, shipbuilding, instrumentation, nanotechnologies, insurance and banking and transport.   

 

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F.A.Q

Organizations can hire consultants when there is a lack of people who are able to solve certain problems. This is often needed special methods and techniques which consultant understands better than others.

Sometimes there is a need for necessary skills and qualifications in the organization, but owners and top management don’t have enough spare time to engage with the problem arouse comprehensively and for a long time.

Even the best people may be affected too much by personal relationships and existing traditions and values which prevent them to see the problem with its real color within the organization. As a rule, the consultant is not subordinate to the Client-organization and is not liable to the internal relationships. S/he can express an independent opinion and remain unbiased when members of the company cannot be impartial.

Indeed, the educational effect of the activity of consultant is the most important. Duties of consultant: to bring new knowledge and skills to the company and to assist managers and staff to learn from their own experience. In other words, consultants teach and help a company to assist itself.