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Valuation of intangible assets and intellectual property items

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Our established clients:
Кондитерский концерн Бабаевский ОАО Красный Октябрь РН-ЦИР Юниаструм банк Алсико

Our specialists have a many-year record of valuation projects realized in the sphere of intangible assets and intellectual property items. In the recent years our Firm has realized the following key projects:

  • Within the frameworks of our cooperation with UNITED CONFECTIONERS LLC, our Firm has valued the existing nonmaterial damage caused to business reputation of CONFECTIONARY CONCERN BABAEVSKY and MOSCOW CONFECTIONARY FACTORY KRASNY OKTYABR;
  • Within the frameworks of our cooperation with CB UNIASTRUM BANK, our Firm has valued UNISTREAM MONEY TRANSFERS;
  • Within the frameworks of our cooperation with ALSIKO GROUP OF COMPANIES, our Firm has valued certain licenses for the development of the deposits;
  • Within the frameworks of our cooperation with UNITED CENTER FOR RESEARCH AND TECHNOLOGIES, our Firm has valued several patents;
  • And many other projects as well.

FAQs

1. Valuer’s fee amount will depend on:

Yes, it is true that the fee amount due for our services varies. For example, our fees for valuation of intellectual property items ranges from RUR50,000 through RUR500,000.

We do not have a single pricelist similar to that used in valuation of an apartment or non-living premises. There is a great variety of intangible assets: licenses for the exploration of the deposits, patents, know-how, R&D, business reputation, brands, goodwill and so, respectively, there a great variety of the valuation works fees exists as here everything depends upon the complexity and the required depth of the works to be performed.

2. What documents you should submitь?

Due to a great variety of items of intellectual property, there is no a uniform list of necessary documents. And if such list exists, then why the client needs to spare time and apply extra efforts.

Generally, the client shall know the answers to the following questions:

  • What item must be valued;
  • What rights to such item exist;
  • Where such item currently bears income (if there is a retrospective or a business-plan);
  • What key immediate competitors exist for the item (if any).

This information will allow us to develop a tailored list of requested documents with respect to your item of intellectual property.

3. What is a rough estimate of your intellectual property item?

There is no answer to this question. The model is developed individually for each intellectual property item. Also there are no software products in Excel that could allow for a qualified approximation. Besides, the final estimate is under the impact of many factors such as:

  • Market factors that require an in-depth analysis;
  • Financial and economic indicators which demonstrate a steady dynamics;
  • Regional factors;
  • Analysis of the competitive environment;
  • Individual characteristics of a specific item of intellectual property.

All this means that a professional valuer will never estimate his or her work roughly, as the preliminary estimation requires qualification, experience, knowledge and is a time consuming effort.

4. How much time is required to value business?

Generally, a business may be valued from 1 business week to 4 business weeks as the works scope will depend upon the complexity of the subject property. It is a noteworthy fact that if you are pressed in time and if it is necessary to obtain a valuation report in 2 or three days then it will be possible provided that:

  1. You deliver information to us within the shortest possible time. Often a failure to do this will have an adverse effect on the valuation term. The client urgently needs the report but the client’s accounting office gathers the package of the documents during several days or even a week;
  2. Several experts will be engaged to perform the project (one expert will acquire and process information, the second one will analyze the market data, the third one will perform the required calculations, the fourth one will proceed with the execution of the report articles, and the fifth one will control the following process). It is possible to complete the project by a 3 to 5 man strength team within shortest time but its work will increase the fee amount due 2- or 3-fold.

5. We will be pleased to answer all your questions. Please call us:

+7 (495) 639-93-78. Our managers will promptly advice you.

Last news

27 December 2016
The Federal Service for State Registration, Cadastre and Cartography registered a new self-regulated organization (SRO) - “Federation of Professional Appraisers” Alliance (fsosro.ru).

On December 27 the Council of the SRO “Federation of Professional Appraisers” Alliance met for the first time at the conference hall of the Pekin hotel to discuss matters of priority appearing on the new SRO agenda.

Our congratulations to Alyona Verkhozina (Rogich), President of the SRO “Federation of Professional Appraisers” Alliance, and all members on the completion of the official registration, and best wishes for the fruitful journey ahead.

We also congratulate Irina Komar, Managing Partner of the Professional Group of Appraisal, on her appointment as Vice-President of the SRO “Federation of Professional Appraisers” Alliance.

16 December 2016
The Public Consultation Council yesterday held an extended meeting in the Moscow City Duma to closely review the situation surrounding the collection of the individual property tax in the city of Moscow. The meeting brought together leading experts in the field, representatives of the concerned ministries and departments of the Moscow City Government, as well as City Duma and State Duma deputies.

Irina Komar, Managing Partner of the Professional Group of Appraisal and Vice-President of the SRO “Federation of Professional Appraisers” Alliance, was invited to participate in the meeting as an expert representing the appraisers’ community.

16 December 2016
On 14 December 2016 the Commission for Operational Aspects of Bankruptcy Management (Liquidation) shortlisted a number of expert organizations accredited with the Agency that had submitted bids for provision of services to BANK GOROD (Protocol No. 60). The Commission resolved to pronounce the Professional Group of Appraisal as the winning bidder in the “Valuation Services” nomination.

14 December 2016
On 14 December RICS Russia & CIS professional groups organized a round-table meeting at the VIVALDI PLAZA Business Center to discuss the topic of Valuation Departments and Projects Management.

Anna Isaeva and Irina Komar, Managing Partners of the Professional Group of Appraisal, were invited to take part in the event, which unfolded in a friendly and professional atmosphere. One of the key messages of the meeting was delivered to the RICS members by Maarten Vermeulen, RICS Managing Director for Europe, Russia and CIS: "Notwithstanding the closure of the RICS office in Russia, the Institute will continue to organize professional events for the members in Russia and the CIS. As before, these will include conferences, round-table meetings and Assessments of Professional Competence (APCs)".

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