Skip to main content

How can we help you?

  • 12-10-2020

Just as real estate or financial instruments can be used as collateral for a bank loan, professionals in need of financing can also consider pledging certain intellectual property rights or receivables linked to the use of such rights. Intellectual property rights come in a wide array of forms (copyright, trade mark, patent, etc.) and companies aren’t always aware that they can use these assets when they apply for credit or even a state subsidy. What types of rights can be used as collateral and how does it work in practice? 

Cookie notice

Our website only uses cookies when you play video content. Video content is streamed from Vimeo. Our website does not use tracking cookies and/or third party cookies when you do not play video content. Please read the privacy/cookie policy for more information.