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Australia’s listed companies neglect intellectual assets at their peril Monday 16 Oct 2017

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New research from Glasshouse Advisory's IP Economics team, shows that many publicly traded companies in Australia are missing the opportunity to explain the value of their intellectual assets to investors.

This can be detrimental to their corporate health; black holes in balance sheet and asset management systems, compromise investors and boards.  

Read the full IAM article to find out more about how poor visibility conceals value and compromises management of intellectual assets or contact our valuation experts to learn more.

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