PIUS will join the Practising Law Institute (PLI) for a webinar on leveraging intellectual property (IP) for insured technology financing. The webinar, titled, “Insured Technology Financing: Evolving Uses of Intellectual Property to Support Lending in High-Growth Industries,” will focus on how insured technology financing can help companies access growth capital, and how to identify situations where insured technology financing can be a viable option.
The panel will feature Joe Agiato, president and CEO of PIUS, and Cliff Morris, CEO of C3Nano. Joseph Ehrlich, national practice leader for Private Equity, Family Office and M&A at Beecher Carlson will serve as moderator.
The discussion will be directed to in-house counsel and outside attorneys, as well as insurance, finance and other allied professionals interested in learning more about insured technology financing. Panelists will cover historical options for growth capital, IP as a leverageable asset, the differences in insured loans and term loans, and more.
The event will take place Tuesday, January 18 at 1 p.m. EST. More information and registration is available through PLI.
PIUS Limited, LLC, offers a proprietary insurance product for growing technology companies, which utilizes a company’s intellectual property (IP) as collateral. By insuring the loan based on its evaluation of a company’s IP, PIUS helps facilitate greater loan amounts at better rates, while transferring the risk from the lender to the insurer. PIUS is a managing general agent (MGA) and provides more complete coverage than other policies through its residual value insurance program. For more information, visit https://piusre.com.
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