The purpose of this course is to provide an overview of intangible asset accounting and reporting methods.

The course discusses a variety of intangible asset types as well as intangible asset appraisal methods. Both U.S. GAAP and International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS) are considered.

This course serves as a guide for accounting and finance professionals who need to fully understand how to prepare and interpret financial reports.

Course Series

This course is included in the following series:

2 CoursesIntangible Asset Valuation

  1. Intangible Asset Valuation for Accounting and Reporting
  2. Intangible Asset Valuation II - Examples and Appraisal
Learning Objectives
  • Identify various types of intangible assets
  • Identify intangible asset appraisal methods
  • Explore intangible asset accounting and reporting methods
Last updated/reviewed: January 22, 2023
9 Reviews (41 ratings)


Anonymous Author
This second course is more detailed than the previous one. Loved the presentation of each type of intangible asset, but it would have been great to examine in more depth the last three valuation methods, IAM, bookkeeping and game theory.

Anonymous Author
Good overview of the various valuation methods. This webinar is a little bit better than the Intangible Asset Valuation for Accounting and Reporting webinar. The course slides do not contain enough information of what the instructor discussed during the course. It would be a lot more valuable if in-depth practical examples are provided showing how an intangible is valued. The examples provided in this webinar are too simple and do not contribute to additional understanding regarding how to value an intangible asset.

Member's Profile
Definitions and examples of various intangibles were appropriate. Perhaps elaborate more on Tobin's Q and Game Theory valuation methods. Otherwise, a good introduction and easy to understand to the subject.

Member's Profile
Has some useful information, but quite a few methods were just mentioned. Would help to have more examples and more details. One of the exam questions was not correctly stated.

Anonymous Author
While the course was pretty basic, it is interesting to step back and think about how much market value intangibles create that isn't captured on the balance sheet.

Anonymous Author
Good discussion on intangible assets. The examples provided will give you insight on how to compute for the value of these intangibles.

Anonymous Author
Good continuation of basics from Part 1. Could have acknowledged assembled workforce recorded in asset acquisition per ASC 805-50.

Member's Profile
This session provides a very good introduction to the various valuation methods and the pros and cons of the different methods.

Member's Profile
Very technical. Would like to see the slides reflect more of the lecture instead of just the highlights

Course Complexity: Intermediate

No Advanced Preparation or Prerequisites are needed for this course. However, it is recommended to take the other course in the series prior to completing this one.

Education Provider Information
Company: Illumeo, Inc., 75 East Santa Clara St., Suite 1215, San Jose, CA 95113
Contact: For more information regarding this course, including complaint and cancellation policies, please contact our offices at (408) 400- 3993 or send an e-mail to .
Instructor for this course
Course Syllabus
  Introduction to Intangible Asset Valuation II - Examples and Appraisal0:37
Examples and Appraisal
  Intangible Assets Overview10:27
  Intangible Assets (Continued)7:05
  Research 5:49
  Appraisal Methods 9:39
  Appraisal Methods and Examples 9:37
  Other Valuation Methods and Conclusion 5:31
  Intangible Asset Valuation II - Examples and Appraisal48:45
  Slides: Intangible Asset Valuation II - Examples and AppraisalPDF
  Intangible Asset Valuation II - Examples and Appraisal Glossary/IndexPDF