INTANGIBLES ASSETS

What is an intangible asset?

Intangible assets are essentially licences or concessions, patents, intellectual property, software, customer lists or other business relationships.
Intangible assets have become one of the main drivers of value creation in recent years, gaining prominence in the increase in the value of various firms, and their valuation has become an indispensable tool for different operations.

Why value an intangible asset?

  • Mergers and Acquisitions
  • Purchases and sales operations
  • Accounting purposes
  • Value creation

Who might need it?

An entity linked to one or more intangible assets may require a valuation report that certifies and quantifies the characteristics of that asset.

  • Trademarks
  • Patents
  • Franchises
  • Activity licences
  • Start-ups
  • Administrative concessions
  • SMEs
  • Self-employed businesses
  • Large enterprises

APPRAISALS AND
VALUATIONS

  • Mortgage guarantees
  • Market values
  • IVS and RICS valuations
  • Market studies
  • Company valuations

SPECIAL
ASSESSMENTS

  • Intangible assets
  • Movable property
  • Works of art
  • Jewellery
  • Precious objects

TECHNICAL
SERVICES

  • Cost consulting
  • Project monitoring
  • Energy Performance Certificates
  • Reports for Servicers
  • Evaluation reports

DIGITAL SERVICES

  • AVM
  • Graphic representations and portfolio analysis
  • Data enrichment
  • Quality assurance
  • Order management

APPRAISALS AND
VALUATIONS

  • Mortgage guarantees
  • Market values
  • IVS and RICS valuations
  • Market studies
  • Company valuations

TECHNICAL
SERVICES

  • Cost consulting
  • Project monitoring
  • Energy Performance Certificates
  • Reports for Servicers
  • Evaluation reports

SPECIAL
ASSESSMENTS

  • Intangible assets
  • Movable property
  • Works of art
  • Jewellery
  • Precious objects

DIGITAL SERVICES

  • AVM
  • Graphic representations and portfolio analysis
  • Data enrichment
  • Quality assurance
  • Order management