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  MODULE 11 IP Valuation  MODULE 11. IP Valuation OUTLINELEARNING POINT 1: What is IP Valuation 1. Definition of an asset2. Value of an asset3. Definition of IP valuation4. IP valuation triggers LEARNING POINT 2: IP Valuation methods 1. Cost method2. Market method3. Income method LEARNING POINT 3: Preparing for IP valuation 1. IP audit in IP valuation LEARNING POINT 4: How to valuate IP assets using DCF method: Step by step 1. Main concept2. Projecting income stream (Cash Flow)3. Determining the Remaining Economic or Useful Life (RUL) of the IP asset4. Considering risks (Discount Rate)  LEARNING OBJECTIVES 1. You will understand what is meant by assets, IP assets, value and IP valuation.2. You will learn the reasons or the circumstances that call for the conducting of an IP valuation.3. You will understand the essence of and the differences between the three commonly used valuation methods such as cost, market and income methods, including the real option method.4. You will go through each step of the discounted cash flow method (DCF). LEARNING POINT 1: What is IP Valuation 1. Definition of an asset  An asset is a resource that is controlled by an entity (such as a company or a business) as a result of past events (for example, purchase or self-creation) and from which future economic benefits   (inflows of cash or other assets; or reduction in costs) are expected. Basically, the wealth of a business comprises of the following types of assets  Wealth = Working Capital + Fixed Asset + Intangible Assets   Working Capital :  Working capital refers to the excess of current assets (cash, short-term investments, accounts receivable, inventories, prepaid expenses, etc.) over its current liabilities (trade accounts payable, current portion of long-term debt, income taxes, withholding taxes, accrued liabilities, etc.). It is also known as net current assets.
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