Enhancement of inventive activity

Very often, unfortunately, research, development and innovation activities are not valorised by the company in a tangible way, e.g. by assigning an economic value to a certain invention. This is also reflected in the absence of items attributable to realised innovations in ordinary financial statements. To make these activities stand out, the Firm supports all companies that own industrial patents or possess information of a technical, commercial and organisational nature, in activities to enhance the value of intangible assets, for the purpose of determining a concrete competitive advantage on the market. Intangible assets, in fact, constitute a relevant parameter in the evaluation of a company's value.
Very often, unfortunately, research, development and innovation activities are not valorised by the company in a tangible way, e.g. by assigning an economic value to a certain invention. This is also reflected in the absence of items attributable to realised innovations in ordinary financial statements. To make these activities stand out, the Firm supports all companies that own industrial patents or possess information of a technical, commercial and organisational nature, in activities to enhance the value of intangible assets, for the purpose of determining a concrete competitive advantage on the market. Intangible assets, in fact, constitute a relevant parameter in the evaluation of a company's value.
  • How can the inventive effort made by the company be enhanced?

    It is possible to combine the ordinary annual report with the so-called 'Balance Sheet of Intangibles', a complementary reporting document. This document makes it possible to satisfy internal and external needs, allowing a periodic assessment of the company's strategic objectives, a check on the company's intangible assets and, last but not least, allows stakeholders to gain information on the company's ability to create long-term value.

  • Why is it important to value the intangible assets of society and the inventive effort?

    In addition to the valuation of the company's assets and results per se, the valuation of the portfolio is also necessary in connection with extraordinary transactions such as business disposals or as part of financial transactions aimed at facilitating access to bank credit. Finally, it is recommended to increase attractiveness to professional investors (e.g. private equity funds).