IMF Bentham Ltd

1.035
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-0.005 (-0.48%)
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VOLUME
144.4K
DAY'S HIGH
1.055
DAY'S LOW
1.025
IMF Bentham Limited is an Australia-based company engaged in investigation, management and funding of litigation. The Company operates in the United Kingdom, mainland Europe, Canada, New Zealand, Hong Kong and Singapore. The Company offers services, including funding for litigation, factual investigations preliminary to litigation, appeal funding, payment of adverse costs orders, strategic planning, monitoring and managing of litigation, and assistance in facilitati... continued
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IMF Bentham Ltd
IMF Bentham Limited is an Australia-based company engaged in investigation, management and funding of litigation. The Company operates in the United Kingdom, mainland Europe, Canada, New Zealand, Hong Kong and Singapore. The Company offers services, including funding for litigation, factual investigations preliminary to litigation, appeal funding, payment of adverse costs orders, strategic planning, monitoring and managing of litigation, and assistance in facilitating settlements and maximizing the value of each claim. The Company offers funding for commercial litigation, insolvency and arbitrations, class actions and public interest. It also offers funding for lawyers. It funds single party and multi-party claims. The Company is engaged in discussions and seeks feedback from law firms and government.

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