Valuing Intangibles

Tangible assets are easy to value. They’re typically physical assets with finite monetary values, but over the years have become a smaller part of a company’s total worth. As technology disruption continues, and organisations increasingly rely on emerging developments in artificial intelligence, robotics and cloud computing, intangible assets have grown to represent the lion’s share of corporate valuations. But without a physical form and the ability to easily convert them into cash, working out what these assets are truly worth can be challenging
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