Our royalty auditors have extensive experience auditing across all areas of intellectual property types including trademarks, copyrights, patents, gaming and software, design rights, audio, film and television.

Business sectors covered by our royalty audits include:

  • Apparel and Accessories

  • Audio, DVD, Video & Music

  • Automotive

  • Consumer Packaged Goods

  • Food and Beverage

  • Health & Beauty Products

  • Healthcare & Pharmaceuticals

  •  Home Furnishings

  • Housewares

  • Interactive Games

  • Outdoor Products

  • Publishing

  • Television & Film

  • Toys, Games & Collectibles

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Beanstalk’s Auditing Practice is led by Bryan Graham:

Over 25 years of experience in the field of Intellectual Property and of carrying out royalty compliance audits across all categories of IP. Since 2012, has overseen Beanstalk’s Audit division, which currently undertakes over 80 audits worldwide annually.

  • Formed own company specialising in royalty audits and licensing consultancy services prior to joining Beanstalk

  • Extensive experience and knowledge of the Licensing industry: not only by virtue of the years spent working in and with the industry but also the very wide range of clients, business sectors and types of IP globally.

  • Works mainly in the fields of copyright, trademarks and patents.

  • Maintains relationships with global clients and their licensees and includes the following business sectors: consumer products (all), publishing, film & TV production, international publishers, the licensing of celebrity licensing, medical devices and pharmaceuticals.

  • Gained exposure to a wide cross section of licensors due to the variety of clients served, carrying out royalty audits as well as providing consultancy advice.

  • Called upon to provide consultancy services to clients covering not only contractual matters but advice on internal business processes pertaining to the client’s licensing business.

  • BA in Economics, University of Witwatersand; FCA, Fellow of the English and Welsh Institute of Chartered Accountants