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IMF Bentham Ltd

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IMF Bentham Limited, formerly Bentham IMF Limited, is a commercial litigation funder. The Company’s commercial funding allows a client to fund all or a portion of the legal fees of their litigation. The Company’s funding is non-recourse, meaning if the case fails there is no need to repay the investment. Its appeal funding allows a client or lawyer to monetize a portion of a judgment while the appeal is pending. Its portfolio funding includes three types of portfoli... continued
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IMF Bentham Ltd
IMF Bentham Limited, formerly Bentham IMF Limited, is a commercial litigation funder. The Company’s commercial funding allows a client to fund all or a portion of the legal fees of their litigation. The Company’s funding is non-recourse, meaning if the case fails there is no need to repay the investment. Its appeal funding allows a client or lawyer to monetize a portion of a judgment while the appeal is pending. Its portfolio funding includes three types of portfolios: cases brought by a single client, cases brought by different clients and cases financed in whole or part by a law firm.

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