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Valuing intangible assets

A key concern for companies recognising intangible assets is their impact on the financial statements...

Intangible assets frequently underpin the price a buyer is prepared to pay for an acquisition. Brands, customer relationships, patents and exclusive supply agreements are all forms of intangible assets that give acquirers comfort and visibility over future earnings of acquired entities, and are key value drivers in a business.

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