Intangible Assets/Intellectual Property (IA/IP) are increasingly representative of an enterprise’s value. The global IA value today stands at an all-time high of more than US$65 trillion, surpassing the value of tangible assets (Source: Brand Finance 2020). The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) IP for Business Division, IP and Innovation Ecosystems Sector, is pleased to facilitate multilateral discourse on the topic of IP financing, with the aim of supporting enterprises in accessing capital using their IP. A series of upcoming country reports will be created in this process and we will be sharing the Singapore country report.
In the Singapore country report, the Intellectual Property Office of Singapore (IPOS), in partnership with Ernst & Young (EY), have distilled Singapore’s experience in IP financing. The Singapore country report will cover Singapore’s past experiences in working with enterprises to unlock their IA/IP value, and Singapore’s future focuses in line with the Singapore IP Strategy 2030 (SIPS 2030).
Join us for the launch of this report, to be officiated by WIPO Director-General Daren Tang, and hear from our panel of experts on international best practices and efforts in driving global collaboration in using IA/IP for financing.