Governance: Shareholder Activists and “Rightful Concerns”
Experienced financial analysts will consider the value of a corporation’s intangibles, such as trademarks, R&D practices, employee training programs, and governance policies. It has become standard practice to consider intangibles in valuation. Analysts acknowledge that such intangibles cannot be valued like fixed assets; however, analysts can defend including intangibles in a research report.
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