A new method for valuing intellectual property divides intangible assets into three components. The result, says its inventor: better deal terms and more accurate transfer-pricing.
Marie Leone, CFO.com | US
November 13, 2006
i have been doing extensive research on IP and brand valuation using option pricing and DCF model but this method seems more realistic to as the older methods tend to undervalue the asset.
Posted by pm Pm | November 18, 2006 01:01 am
Hi, I have worked extensively for one year in calculation of royalties and maintaining IP for a multinational Company. It's a testing and measurement giant who is having 300+ IP agreements with the suppliers. After reading this article,I am curious to know the trifurcation method of calculation. Thanks.
Posted by Girija Dash | November 14, 2006 09:07 am© CFO Publishing Corporation 2009. All rights reserved.