Valuation of Intangible Assets
The process of valuing intangible assets constitutes an analysis of physical, economic, social and other factors that may have an impact on value. The most common method applied in such valuations is a discounted cash flow valuation.
The valuation of intangible assets is closely related to the valuation of businesses, due to the significant share they occupy in the value of companies. Their value is determined by an independent appraiser of intellectual and industrial property rights, using appropriate techniques depending on the specifics of the rights owned.
Most often, the valuation of intangible assets includes determining the value of:
- trademarks and brand names
- patents, utility models, design rights
- rights of use - concessions
- licensing and franchising agreements
PRICES AND DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR VALUATION OF INTANGIBLE ASSETS
When requesting a valuation of intangible assets, please submit all documents relating to the ownership of these assets and the right to use them.
- Intellectual and industrial property rights description
- Any documents proving intellectual and industrial property rights
- Contracts for transfer of rights
- Account statements of income and expenses generated using the asset
- Others – depending on the type and specifics of the asset.
Prices of valuation services:
Prices are negotiated depending on the subject of evaluation and the scope of work.
Prices are based on the type and quantity of property valued.