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What You Can’t See Has Value—The Valuation of Intangible Assets




 What You Can’t See Has Value—The Valuation of Intangible Assets
CPE Credit

Program Type: Recorded Webinar (Audio, PPT)
Program Level: Overview
Prerequisites: None
Advanced Preparation: None
Delivery Method: Group Internet-Based
CPE Credits: Two (2) Hours
Fields of Study: Accounting
Item Number: 17PBV0629
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Price: $110.00
Program Description

This webinar delves into the valuation of intangible assets. It features a discussion and demonstration of the application of traditional methodologies, such as the Relief from Royalty (RfR), the Multi-Period Excess Earnings Method (MPEEM), and alternatives espoused in various best practices such as the AICPA IPR&D Accounting and Valuation Guide.

Learning Objectives

After completing this webinar, attendees will be able to:

- List which type(s) of intangible assets are best valued utilizing traditional methodologies versus alternatives
- Apply the appropriate methodology of the Relief from Royalty Method
- Apply the appropriate methodology of the Multi-Period Excess Earnings Method

Who Should Attend

CPAs, attorneys, valuation practitioners
Presenter(s)

Brent Sloan, ASA, IA
Mr. Brent Sloan is a senior director with Alvarez & Marsal Valuation Services in Seattle, specializes in the valuation of public and closely held businesses and business segments; intangible assets; intellectual property; and related matters for financial statement reporting, tax planning, corporate planning, litigation support, and fairness opinions. He serves as the financial reporting valuation leader for the West Coast.

With more than 14 years of valuation and M&A experience, Mr. Sloan’s primary focus has been in providing intangible asset purchase price allocation; goodwill; long-lived asset impairment testing analyses for tax and financial statement reporting purposes pursuant to IRC 1060 and 338 (Tax Code), FASB ASC 805, 350, 360 (U.S. GAAP), IFRS 3R, and IAS 36 and 38 (International GAAP); and valuing securities (stock options and various equity-based awards) issued as deferred compensation subject to compliance with ASC 718, IRC 409A, and SEC/AICPA “cheap stock” regulations.

He has worked with clients across various industries, including software/Internet, telecommunications, infrastructure construction, and consumer packaged goods (CPG).

Mr. Sloan has valued patents, trademarks, trade secrets, among other intangible assets. He has valued a number of unique assets and liabilities including: contingent consideration (earn outs), deferred revenue, domain names (URLs), cable franchise (certificate) rights, wireless spectrum licenses, software, middleware, hardware, and non-compete agreements.

Notable assignments include a breach-of-contract damage analysis of a cable system operator involved with no-solicitation and reasonable best efforts clauses in purchase agreements in the Delaware Court of Chancery: WaveDivision Holdings v. Millennium Digital Media Systems; intellectual property valuation analysis of reseller and distributor of computers and related products involved in fraudulent transfer claim in U.S. Bankruptcy Court, District of Delaware: Bridgeport Holdings, et al. v. CDW Corp.; and valuation analysis of publicly-traded overseas conglomerate involved in shareholder dissension in Delaware Chancery: Gesoff et al. v. IIC Industries, Inc. et al.

Before A&M, he spent more than 10 years with the valuation services practice of Grant Thornton. Mr. Sloan earned a bachelor of arts in business administration, summa cum laude, with a major in finance and a minor in economics, from Seattle University. Mr. Sloan is an Accredited Senior Appraiser (ASA) in business valuation and holds the Intangible Asset (IA) specialty designation, both from the American Society of Appraisers.

He is the co-author of Valuation of Contingencies under ASC 805 (SFAS 141R), ASA BV 302 Special Topics in the Valuation of Intangible Assets course. Additionally, Mr. Sloan is a contributing author to the 2nd and 3rd editions of Financial Valuation: Applications and Models.