July 1, 2022

IP investment in the APAC region

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China’s National Intellectual Property Administration (CNIPA) and its top banking regulator have promised a new set of policies to facilitate Chinese SMEs’ access to IP-backed lending.

The CNIPA said that the goals of an upcoming new policy on IP finance would be improving risk management and enhancing ‘innovation in services’.

Sustaining private-sector investment while managing debt-related risks is one of the biggest challenges facing China’s economic planners, so this should be a very interesting area of IP policy to watch as new initiatives are unveiled.

Investors are once again pouring capital into the IP market and even though past finance-driven ventures into the IP space have had mixed results, this time it may be different.

At IPBC Asia, in Tokyo this October, join a panel of leading IP strategists in discussing these changes to IP investment in the APAC region and answer the questions: Who is investing in IP and why? Where is money going in the patent market? How do patent assets factor into M&A? And more!

This outstanding panel includes:

Elvir Causevic, Managing Director, Houlihan Lokey
Joseph Kessler, Managing Director and Co-founder, Fortress Investment
Jason Loh, CEO and Founder, Piece Future
Tatsuo Nakamura, CEO and Founder, VALUENEX
Changhae Park, Senior Vice President and Chief IP Officer, NXP Semiconductors

View the latest programme and speaker faculty

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