IMF Bentham Ltd

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Bentham IMF Limited (IMF) is an Australia-based company, engaged in investigation, management and funding of litigation and arbitration claims in Australia and other jurisdictions. IMF provides services such as payment of adverse costs orders; strategic planning, monitoring and managing of litigation; factual investigation; and assistance in facilitating settlements and maximizing the value of each claim. IMF offers services in other jurisdictions, including the Uni... continued
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IMF Bentham Ltd
Bentham IMF Limited (IMF) is an Australia-based company, engaged in investigation, management and funding of litigation and arbitration claims in Australia and other jurisdictions. IMF provides services such as payment of adverse costs orders; strategic planning, monitoring and managing of litigation; factual investigation; and assistance in facilitating settlements and maximizing the value of each claim. IMF offers services in other jurisdictions, including the United States, the United Kingdom, mainland Europe, Canada, South Africa, New Zealand and Asia.

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Financial Redress Pty Ltd specialises in recovering compensation from financial institutions for excessive charges or mis-selling. Financial Redress joined forces with IMF Bentham Limited ("IMF") in 2010, and is now a subsidiary of IMF which is a public company listed on the Australian Securities Exchange. IMF provides funding for significant and large-scale litigation, including the Bank Fees Class Actions relating to exception fees.
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