IP Valuation

The strategic management and efficient use of IP can give rise to many opportunities for business owners and managers. Some of the most successful organisations have been able to monetise on their innovations and create great financial and strategic value. Today, markets are driven by global IP competition and business owners must aim to take the appropriate course of action to ensure that they are able to protect their goods and services, maintain a sustainable competitive advantage, and unlock value through IP commercialization and financing.


There has also been increased pressure for organisations to incorporate Environment, Social and Governance (“ESG”) practices in their business strategy as a sustainable business strategy often leads to the creation of internal IAs/IPs, which are increasingly key value drivers of businesses. With the global economy evolving significantly, organisations need to be equipped with the tools and know-how to manage their IAs/IPs effectively for growth.

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IP Valuation
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Learning Objectives

Overview of IP
Overview of IP valuation
Overview of IP valuation approaches
Evaluation of IP valuation approaches
Challenges faced in IP valuation
Role of IP in long-term value creation

Who Should Attend

Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs)
Large Local Enterprises (LLEs)
Business Owners
Applicable to all Industries
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13 Jun
14 Jun
IP Valuation
09:00 am - 05:30 pm
Online Live Stream
Ernst & Young
Andre Toh
Partner, Strategy and Transactions team

Andre Toh is the Asia Pacific Leader for Valuation, Modelling& Economics and a Partner of Ernst & Young’s Strategy and Transactions team in Singapore. He has more than 20 years of experience in various aspects of transaction advisory, including intellectual property valuation, mergers & acquisitions and sell-side advisory. Andre is also the ASEAN SaT market segment leader for Government & Public Sector.

His key focus includes business valuations, review of financial forecasts, due diligence, feasibility studies and formulating business plans. He has been involved in identifying and qualifying leads, pursuing and initiating engagements as well as negotiations and deal structuring.

Another area of specialization is the accounting aspects of a merger & acquisition transaction. In particular, Andre has wide experience in the valuation of intangible assets for tax purposes, purchase price allocation(PPA) in a business combination as well as impairment testing. 

Andre speaks regularly at forums and conferences on valuations, and has written various thought leadership articles on the subject. He has appeared as an expert in the Courts of Singapore as well as arbitration proceedings.

Ernst & Young
Chua Ai Leng
Partner, Strategy and Transactions team

Ai Leng is a Valuations, Modelling and Economics partner with Ernst & Young’s Strategy and Transactions team in Singapore. She has been with the team for more than 15 years, focusing on business valuations and financial modelling.  She has been involved in numerous engagements, ranging from valuation of companies, businesses, employee stock compensations and intangible assets for financial reporting, tax purposes, mergers & acquisition or litigation support. Her engagements include cross-border deals across ASEAN and United States for a diversified portfolio of clienteles. Her clientele spans from various industries, including healthcare, hospitality & tourism, telecommunication, infrastructure, technology and etc. She has also conducted valuation review work for over 100 companies that are listed on Singapore Stock Exchange for financial reporting purposes.

Ai Leng is one of the trainers for the VME teams in the ASEAN region. She also conducts regular trainings on valuation-related matters to the Assurance teams in Singapore. Since the inception of The Institute of Valuers and Appraisers, Singapore, Ai Leng has also lectured for the Chartered Valuer & Appraiser Programme for Singapore Accountancy Commission.

Course Fee - SG citizens (below 40 years old) and PR
  • Self- Sponsored - S$642 per pax1
  • SME Sponsored - S$242 per pax2
  • Non-SME Sponsored - S$642 per pax1
Course Fee - SG citizens (aged 40 years old and above)
  • Self- Sponsored - S$242 per pax3
  • SME Sponsored - S$242 per pax3
  • Non-SME Sponsored - S$242 per pax3
Course Fee - International Participants
  • Self- Sponsored - S$2140
  • SME Sponsored - S$2140
  • Non-SME Sponsored - S$2140

1 Up to 70% course fee funding under the Skillfuture Series

2 Up to 90% course fee funding for employees of SMEs under Enhanced Training Support for SMEs ("ETSS")

3 Up to 90% course fee funding under SkillsFuture Mid-Career Enhanced Subsidy ("MCES")

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Singapore Citizens aged 25 and above, and self-funding may use their SkillsFuture Credit (up to S$500) to defray part of the course fee. SkillsFuture Credit claims may be submitted by logging in via

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