• You are worth more. Probably much more.

Value & financial advice

Intangible assets are also financial assets that go hand in hand with companies’ innovation and business objectives. By working with rights such as patents, copyright, trademarks, trade secrets and other intangible assets from a financial perspective, companies can create robust business models that not only survive, but provide better profitability and scalability.

We understand that it can be challenging to grasp the value that intangible assets add to a company and the complex relationships between business, financial and legal value. We have extensive experience in this and are happy to advise you!

Three ways to work actively with IP in
its business from a financial perspective.

Value journey

Intangible assets such as technology, methods, know-how, algorithms, data, contracts, etc., together with patents, trademarks and trade secrets are important building blocks of company value. The smarter you invest in your IP, the more valuable the IP becomes.

By understanding the present value and having a strategic view of the value. Can companies strategically work with intangible assets to increase shareholder value. This is relevant for example in M&A, pre-exit or IPO situations.


Decision-makers need to understand the value of intangible assets so that the company can make decisions that increase business value. By explaining the link between decisions and business value, the company can make strategic decisions that strengthen its financial position.

  • Relate decisions related to annual fees and renewals to the respective life cycle.
  • Pricing of royalties
  • Transfer pricing
  • Business models with a licensing focus

The balance sheet

By communicating the value of intangible assets in the balance sheet, the company can make visible values that are otherwise invisible. By looking at IP assets from a financial perspective, the company can apply the same financial management system as for other assets.

Including intangible assets on the balance sheet provides a more complete picture of the company’s financial position, complies with accounting standards and increases transparency for investors and creditors.

Value intangible assets in specific situations.

  • In case of acquisition

  • In case of a divestment of an innovation portfolio

  • When selling a specific right

  • In case of disputes

  • In the case of transfers

  • In dialogues with investors