We invest in commercial disputes and group actions across a number of jurisdictions. We will work with you to make sure that the funding package is suitable for your particular needs.


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Our investment criteria

The Legal Merits

  • Although we are not restricted to a specific claim type, your claim must have a strong likelihood of success. Your application must be accompanied by an opinion of your prospects either from a suitable independent counsel or the instructed law firm
  • We will undertake our own independent evaluation of your case to decide whether it meets our risk profile


  • We will consider minimum investments of £500,000 and above, which can be spread across a number of claims or claimants in consumer or bulk matters
  • There is no maximum investment
  • Provable damages should be no less than 8x the size of our investment. Accordingly, we will not be able to consider claims with a quantum of less than £4m


  • The opposing party must have the ability to pay and there must be a clear indication of recovering the damages
  • The legal opinion that you provide regarding the legal merits of the case must also outline the route to enforcement and any associated risks
  • We will undertake our own assessment before making an investment decision


We cover actions in the following jurisdictions:


  • England and Wales;
  • Offshore – i.e. British Overseas Territories (e.g. Bermuda, the British Virgin Islands, and the Cayman Islands), and Crown Dependencies (e.g. Jersey and Guernsey);
  • other select common law jurisdictions;
  • select EU States

Other forms of dispute resolution

  • Major international arbitration centres (including, but not limited to ICC, LCIA, ICSID, SIAC, HKIAC, SCC, ICDR, DIS)
  • Recognised arbitral tribunals or other panels of particular regulated bodies

However, these are guidelines, not rules, for our funding decisions and our team will be pleased to assess your specific case and funding requirements. If you think that you have a case that might meet our criteria, please get in touch.