We operate exclusively in the world of litigation finance and litigation insurance. We are one of the most experienced teams in this highly specialized market, with offices in London, Manchester, California and Toronto and with a history spanning nearly 2 decades.
Neither litigation finance nor litigation insurance in isolation can hope to meet the needs of all clients. Whether the main objective is liquidity or risk management, it’s essential to understand the mechanics and advantages of each industry and what they can offer, whether individually or combined.
Our work is diverse. We work with small businesses requiring £500k or less of litigation finance, through to large corporates seeking £100m portfolio finance arrangements, as well as law firms looking to expand their alternative fee offerings whilst guaranteeing acceptable minimum realization rates on fees.
Start your exploration of this market with us, and you’ll not only save time but gain clarity of thought. By having various deal structures and the impact of different pricing models explained to you from the outset, you will be achieving your objective in the most efficient way possible – in the fastest timeframe possible.
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