Various debt-burdened retailers are looking to their intellectual property assets as a source of untapped value for refinancing transactions. While it remains to be seen which strategies will be most successful, IP assets will play a key role in future retail restructurings. As the value of brick-and-mortar “hard” assets stores becomes tapped out, a retailer’s brands, licenses, and associated IP rights may present reliable sources of value.

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