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Securitizing Intellectual Property Rights

Issued: June 01 2010

In times of financial difficulty, more and more IP owners are turning to securitizing their IP rights in order to benefit from the cheap financing available in today’s marketplace. But, as Talal Bijjani warns, securitizing IP rights is highly complex and risky operation due to uncertainties in the cash flow generated from IP royalties.

 

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