The primary expectation that a funding applicant has from a funder is that it provides sufficient financial needs to pursue its case. However, this is only part of the value add. In addition to financial resources, professional litigation financers also:
1) have a deeper understanding of the asset class than traditional non-recourse financers or banks and thus provide terms that reflect the merits of the dispute rather than an imperfect understanding of the litigation process. A professional litigation financer brings a sense of proportionality to their assessment meaning that the funder and the claimant are more closely aligned.
Professional and regulated funders bring stability and oversight at difficult times for the funding applicant, and in a relationship that is about much more than just funding.
Vincent Boca, Senior Counsel at Profile Investment
If you have any questions about intra-E disputes, or any other query, please reach out to Vincent on firstname.lastname@example.org
Vincent is a key member of our legal analysis team. Vincent is a qualified attorney having worked in international arbitration in both Paris and Geneva.