Today, more than 98% of the value of most technology and start-up companies is in their intangible assets (things like patents, brands, confidential information and trade secrets). Yet these critical assets are typically off balance sheet and are not represented in profit and loss statements or cashflow forecasts.
Delta Insurance, in partnership with Fintech NZ, EverEdge and InPhySec, invites you to join us as we discuss the strategies you can adopt to enhance and protect your company’s intangible assets:
- What are intangible assets and why are they valuable
- How to leverage your intangible assets to unlock value
- How to achieve a strong, defensible valuation for your company
- The key intangible asset risks and how to mitigate these risks
- How to manage cyber risks related to intangible assets
- Risk transfer options available around intangible assets
You should be present for the whole duration of this event.
Paul Adams is the CEO of EverEdge, a global advisory and transaction firm specialising in intangible assets. EverEdge helps companies and capital providers convert intangible assets (such as data, design, inventions, brands, software and content) into business impact: increased margins, market share and enterprise value.
Paul has been ranked as one of the top intellectual property strategists in the world for the last seven years consecutively, and was the recipient of the Global IP Leader Award in 2012.
Prior to EverEdge, Paul served as Intellectual Property Manager for the New York Stock Exchange listed Brunswick New Technologies. He was the founding incubator manager of The Icehouse Incubator, named one of the top 10 technology incubators in the world by Forbes magazine. He has served on the advisory board of the New Zealand government’s commercialisation vehicle Callaghan Innovation and on the Board of Lewis Holdings, a $350M private investment vehicle.
Marc heads up the Technical practice at InPhySec. As one of the three founding partners, Marc brings over 25 years’ experience in forensic investigation, incident response, policy development and risk management expertise to the team. Prior to forming InPhySec, Marc spent 13 years with the New Zealand Police forensic service and 10 years within the GCSB establishing and managing the cyber forensic investigation and incident response capability.
Avani has over six years’ experience in the industry and has worked in business development, channel management and underwriting. Prior to joining Delta Insurance, Avani was associated with Tata AIG General Insurance and managed their Casualty & Financial Lines portfolio. Avani holds a Post-Graduate Diploma in Applied Business and has recently specialised in Intellectual Property.
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