In any major business transaction, failure to secure and protect critical intellectual property (or “IP”) assets carries significant financial and operational risks, particularly where IP underpins a business’ key revenue streams. It is therefore essential to understand how valuable, robust, and well-protected these critical IP assets are.
We mitigate risk for lenders, investors and acquirers by taking a commercial view on IP and by:
Metis Partners’ Commercial IP Due Diligence identifies and assesses the quality of IP assets owned or relied upon by a business, which is often useful both to prospective buyers and investors, as well as banks which lend against IP assets.
Our Commercial IP Due Diligence report provides clients with a thorough narrative of critical IP assets vesting in a target business, their benefits, as well as any associated risks. We provide recommendations on the measures that clients can undertake to address and mitigate any identified risks.
Commercial IP Due Diligence exercises are relevant and essential to:
Metis Partners has conducted Commercial IP Due Diligence exercises and advised on lending, buy-out and investment transactions valued from $3 million to $3 billion in Europe, the US, and Asia. Our clients range from banks to multinational investment firms, including the Clydesdale Bank, Energy Ventures, Boost&Co, the Malaysian Government Multimedia Corporation (MMC), and Bain Capital Private Equity.
If you would like to know more about our Commercial IP Due Diligence offering, please contact Ruby Chan on 0141 353 3011 or email@example.com.