Valuing Intellectual Property and Intangible Assets
A valuation of intangible assets or intellectual property might be needed for tax reasons, for commercial purposes or in connection with litigation.
To place value an intangible asset, it must:
- Be capable of being owned and described
- Be transferable
- Be subject to legal existence and protection
Types of intangible assets include:
- Customer relationships
- Film rights
- Registered design
Parmentier Arthur has considerable experience in intellectual property valuations and the valuation of intangible assets for tax and non-fiscal purposes. We take a rigorous approach, subjecting the assumptions on which financial projections are based to hard-nosed scrutiny, analysing the intended or actual markets in terms of prospects and competition and stress-testing any financial projections.
HOW WE HELP
Need to settle a dispute over the value of a shareholding?
How much is your company worth?
Selling a minority shareholding. What is it worth?
Incorporating your sole trader business? What is the goodwill worth and what value will HMRC accept for tax purposes?
Making awards under a Management Incentive Plan? What is the value of the MIP shares for tax purposes?
Negotiations with HMRC at an impasse? Need a new perspective?
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