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Financial directors attach importance to value

Financial services company directors are attaching growing importanceto the value of intellectual property, even though current accountingstandards don't normally allow its value to be accounted for, according toresearch by patent and trade-mark attorneys Marks & Clerk.

The firm's survey revealed that directors in the industry have a highregard for their intangible assets, with 82% believing that it isimportant to value them. 75% of respondents also believed that theirintellectual property

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