IMF Bentham Ltd

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253.7K
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1.83
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1.765
IMF Bentham Limited, formerly Bentham IMF Limited, 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 jurisdi... continued
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IMF Bentham Ltd
IMF Bentham Limited, formerly Bentham IMF Limited, 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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European markets slip ahead of Greek vote
Connor Campbell, analyst at Spreadex trading group, said that even if the IMF implicitly blamed Tsipras's Syriza party for the economic deterioration in Greece since it came into power, the Washington-based institution stated that the country needs an extra 60 billion euros ($A87.08 billion) relief program alongside debt relief in any new deal and a 20-year grace period for any repayments.
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Asia markets down before Greece vote
The EU and IMF added to pressure on Thursday, slashing Greece's growth forecasts for this year and warning it will need tens of billions of euros over the next three years to stabilise its finances.
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IMF nears $US1.7bn loan payout to Ukraine
The mission has been reviewing the country's reform achievements since the IMF awarded Ukraine a new four-year, $17.5 billion support program in March and released the first tranche of funds.
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