June 17, 2016

Litigation Finance Has Become Corporate Finance

As a pioneer in the Litigation Finance Industry, we see capital drawn to higher returns than your standard alternative investments while being unlinked to fluctuations of the global economy. In February, we completed our financing with a 101-year-old conservative bank that traditionally turned away law firm financing due to bank regulation. We now have a leveraged fund with minimal interest costs which has created a higher return for our fund investors.

Litigation Finance is continuing to evolve because of its untapped potential. In a recent survey of 200 private practice law firms, 67% of firms said they were not aware litigation assets could be used as collateral for financing and have never explored the option. The report goes on to state that 91% surveyed believe using litigation assets as collateral to fund a firm’s operations is an innovative idea.

If you have an interest in learning more about our alternative investments we welcome the opportunity to speak with you.


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