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A New Book by Arthur Lipper;

Larry & Barry on Royalties

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Raising Capital:

An Evening with Arthur Lipper in Honolulu

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Arthur Lipper on Revenue Sharing

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Address to Global Funding Forum

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Resources

The various aspects of royalty financing and its many ramifications have been considered thoroughly in the writings of the well-known financier, Arthur Lipper.

A U.S. Patent  spells out working methods for managing, modelling and calculating royalties; review here.

A dynamic modelling tool anyone can use to understand how royalty finance works are accessible on a complimentary website, http://www.rexroyalties.com.

Comparison of two different royalty scenarios side by side is provided at http://www.rexcomparator.com.

Creating a public market for royalty contracts, with consideration of forming a new public financial exchange, is available in both English and Mandarin Chinese at http://www.chinaroyalties.com

A free electronic book is available, authored by Mr. Lipper and his associate, Michael North. Click here for a complimentary download.

Adding a loan component to royalties is an extension of royalties designed by Mr. Lipper. The business owner first borrows the desired funds, repays them and then begins paying a royalty on revenues.

Such a royalty would likely be at a substantially reduced rate, compared to a wholly royalty-based financing, and the interest required on the loan would likely be at a lower rate than a conventional loan. The returns to investors are enhanced when the company succeeds, and the cost of capital to the company is reduced. The process is described thoroughly, with a complimentary interactive financial model, at  http://www.REXdebt-shareRoyalties.com


Removing barriers to investment and delivering intelligent, well-informed growth capital more efficiently to well-managed companies is a worthy goal.

It will enhance the profit of the immediate parties, and will benefit the economy as a whole, including employment and tax revenues.

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