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A Decade Of Leading the Industry

September 30, 2022

Paul Adams recognised for the 10th consecutive year in the IAM Strategy 300 rankings – one of less than five people globally to have achieved this milestone – and Paul Davies recognised for the 7th year .   Paul Adams, CEO, and Paul Davies, and Managing Director – Singapore, at global intangible asset advisory, valuation…

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EverEdge announces six director-level appointments this quarter

September 30, 2022

US Managing Director Tyler Capson (second-from-left) with new US-based Directors (from left to right) Kevin Mays, Brian Davies and Peter Ng EverEdge is continuing to experience strong growth across its business, with more than 200-client engagements undertaken over the last year. On the back of this continued expansion, we are pleased to announce that we…

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Staff spotlight: Ben Lenihan

September 29, 2022

Ben Lenihan is our Senior Manager & Legal Counsel based in New Zealand. During our recent company retreat in Bali, we managed to catch Ben in between swims and asked him how he weaves in his legal background to his current role in helping our clients develop robust Intangible Asset strategies.

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How flawed fintechs are running out of gas

September 29, 2022

The recent slump in fintech stocks has exposed fatal flaws in the business models of some so-called ‘new economy’ companies. An analysis by the Financial Times found that almost half a trillion dollars had been wiped off the value of listed financial technology companies this year. While the broader Nasdaq Composite was down 29%, recently listed…

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What the downfall of Roman Britain can teach us about Intangible Assets

September 29, 2022

In AD43 the Roman Emperor Claudius invaded Britain. Unlike Julius Caesar’s earlier attempt, Claudius successfully pacified the Britons and extend Pax Romana across the bulk of the British Isles. In the three centuries that followed, the Romans transformed Britain and with it the lives of the Britons. They constructed extensive road networks, established market towns…

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