Los derechos de Hipgnosis, al alza

El fondo británico de inversión Hipgnosis Songs reporta ingresos brutos por $91,7 millones, un 7,5% más que en el mismo periodo del año anterior. Cuentan con 146 catálogos, 65.413 canciones, y un valor estimado de $2.67 billones. Si te interesa la información financiera, aquí va el informe completo.

Entre los artistas que vendieron sus derechos de propiedad intelectual figuran Lindsay Buckinham y la recién fallecida Christine McVie (Fleetwood Mac), Neil Young, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Nikki Sixx (Mötley Crüe), Neil Rodgers (Chic), Journey, Mark Ronson, B-52’s, Skrillex o Shakira.

El CEO de Hipgnosis, Merck Mercuriadis relataba a What Investment su criterio para ir a por un catálogo o canción: su importancia cultural y un activo fuertemente protegido.

One is, the songs have to have been extraordinarily successful in the first place. And the second is the songs have to be of great cultural importance. Those two things give you endurance, right? And one of the things that really makes songs as an asset class is that the copyright protection is actually very strong. So you’ve got rule of law protection that gives you 70 years after the death of the last co-composer. So we’ve paid an average of 15 times, just over 15 times, for our catalogue, but the average length of earnings in our catalogue is 107 years. And that 70 years after the death of the last co-composer rule of law is only worth talking about if you are going to buy something that can stand the test of time for that period, right? .-

Merck Mercuriadis

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