The true intellectual property of your company
In the modern economy, business success is increasingly based on the ability to generate valuable intangible assets such as patents, trademarks, designs, or confidential information. Knowing the market value of these assets is not only important but essential when dealing with extraordinary transactions, sales, transfers, determination of merger deficits or requests for financing.
Industrial property assets must be an integral part of a company strategy and having precise financial and economic information allows the growth and economic, commercial and financial competitiveness of a company.
There are various methods for assessing intellectual property assets, the choice of which depends on the purpose of the appraisal.
We have consolidated experience in the field of national and international evaluations.
At Barzanò & Zanardo we know how to combine our authority in the legal field with solid economic-financial experience. We have conducted evaluations for numerous industrial groups listed on the stock exchange. We possess extensive expertise in evaluations of a wide range of operations, such as mergers, conferments and sales, also carrying out sworn transactions.
A multidisciplinary approach to our evaluation methodology creates a complete and coherent framework.
Thanks to an in-depth knowledge of the theory of company valuation, we can help institutions and companies identify their competitive advantages.
We assist clients in all stages of the evaluation process.
We carry out sworn appraisals of the intangible assets to determine their possible surcharge, in the event of a conferment of a branch of the company.
We evaluate the intangible assets to determine the allocation of the merger deficit between two companies.
In the event of a patent assignment, we provide an accurate assessment of the business plan prepared by the potential buyer.
For intra-group license contracts, we provide fairness opinions on the rates of royalties, so as to correctly apply the national and foreign regulations on “transfer pricing”.