Our expertise in intangible assets
intangible assets and value of companies
Regardless of the method used, company valuation is essentially an evaluation of the organization’s ability to create value in the future. In today’s service-oriented economy, client fidelity, ability to attract talent, and innovation ensure the longevity of an organization. These key factors of performance make up the intangible assets of a company and contribute to its value, despite not always appearing on balance sheets. As such, evaluating intangible assets is essential for a more accurate company valuation, taking into account all resources, whether visible or “invisible.”
intangible assets and value of territories
Geographic entities themselves are motors of sustainable development. From cities to départements to entire countries, a given territory has a value beyond what GDP and other traditional economic indicators can measure. The global value of a territory can be expressed in euros as well as in terms of strengths and weaknesses of its component assets, whether tangible or intangible.
intangible assets and value of buildings
Buildings consume 43% of energy in France and generate 22% of greenhouse gas emissions in the country. In order to reduce the sector’s impact and fight climate change, legislation concerning energy transition has established ambitious objectives for management of energy consumption and greenhouse gas emission reductions. Energy efficiency improvements, environmental performance, positive energy buildings: the buildings sector is constantly innovating in anticipation of future challenges. Goodwill-management accompanies clients in measuring value created by construction or renovation projects for the environment as well as for its tenants.