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Tim Heberden Director - IP Economics

"We live in an age of intellectual capital. Robust intangible assets metrics are pivotal to corporate strategy, risk management and M&A."
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If you need to know the current value of your IP – or how to increase its value - ask a recognised expert in the field of IP economics.

Tim is the author of the global Guidance Note on the Valuation of Intellectual Property Rights. Like the Guidance Note, his practice is truly global including leading IP owners, private equity firms, lawyers and government agencies in Asia, Australia, Europe and North America.

His experience includes:

  • Valuation of a wide range of intangible assets for M&A, litigation, securitisation, financial reporting, tax and strategic planning,
  • Advising multinationals on IP royalties for licensing negotiations and transfer pricing,
  • Application of a quantitative lens to the development of strategies for technology monetisation, through integrating insights from patent landscapes, market research, and economic analysis, and 
  • Combining brand equity and valuation metrics to evaluate brand strategy, track brand performance and quantify the return on marketing investment.

Tim’s range of experience provides the ability to integrate the technical, legal and economic characteristics of intellectual assets into economic models that reflect commercial reality.

Tim has been listed in the IAM Strategy 300 - the World's leading IP Strategists, since 2015, and he has been recognised as one of Asia’s Leading Licensing Experts.

Qualifications

  • Registered Business Valuer, RICS
  • Chartered Accountant, ICAA/SAICA
  • MBA, Heriot-Watt University
  • Certified Practicing Marketer, Australian Marketing Institute
  • Post Graduate Diploma in Marketing, 
  • Bachelor of Accountancy, University of Witwatersrand
  • Bachelor of Commerce, University of Witwatersrand

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