At Charterfields we have a wealth of experience in working with tangible and intangible assets. However, what makes Charterfields unique is our understanding of the inter-play between asset classes.

What is the difference between tangible and intangible assets?

Tangible Assets

Charterfields are experienced in appraising a company’s tangible assets in insolvency scenarios. These include fixed assets such as real estate, plant machinery and other physical assets such as motor vehicles, fixtures and fittings, inventory and stock. Our in-depth market knowledge and expertise sets us apart in being able to provide accurate and timely advice on the value of business assets.

Intangible Assets

Charterfields is experienced in appraising a company’s intangible assets in insolvency scenarios. This is an important aspect of Charterfields services as intangible assets are often overlooked. The intangible assets of a business, commonly referred to as intellectual property, cover customer data, patents, copyright, brand name, trademarks, domain name, licencing agreements, future worth, royalties and goodwill.

The Data Protection Act 1998 plays an important role in the disposal of certain intangible assets, particularly where companies are operating in the business to the consumer sector. Charterfields is registered under the Data Protection Act and is experienced at working within its guidelines.

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