Arbitration funding can cover some or all the arbitration costs in exchange for a share of the proceeds, only if the claim is successful, as well as award enforcement or monetisation


Arbitration funding implies the provision of funding assuming the payment of part or all the arbitration costs, as well as award enforcement and award monetisation, supporting entities to pursue their claim and secure an award, whilst minimising risk.

A successful arbitral award is often not the end of the arbitration process. Claimants who have obtained a successful arbitral award could require additional support to get through the annulment and/or enforcement stages to ultimate recovery. This type of funding provides claimants with the certainty of access to an immediate cash facility upon a successful award, while taking on some of the risk of potential annulment and/or enforcement proceedings.

There may also be scope for claimants to monetise arbitral awards before the respondent has satisfied the award. Cash flow following lengthy arbitrations can become major issues for law firms and claimants alike as they face further delays in the realisation of any award.

Moreover, there are a range of different types of arbitration funding solutions relating to arbitration, from single arbitrations to a portfolio, where the investment and return are spread across a number of different arbitrations.

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We provide our bespoke services to a range of clients including corporate clients and law firms..

Ramco has been a pioneer and market leader in developing litigation funding in Spain. Litigation funding can meet some or all of the costs of pursuing the claim in return for a share of the proceeds payable only if the claim is successful.

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Ramco has extensive experience on international arbitration and can offer structures specifically tailored to the particular issues that arise in those cases.

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Ramco has a long track record with regard to funding for group litigation and class actions across a wide variety of jurisdictions for clients who would otherwise be unable to seek redress.

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Monetisation pending claims helps to remove downside risk while monetisation of judgments and awards facilitates the acceleration of enforcement through advance payments to monetise the outcome before its final conclusion.

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We work with law firms to monetise areas of their practice, from financing individual cases, class actions or portfolio cases.

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Monetisation portfolios provides substantial upfront capital by monetising the outcome of the case prior to its completion, allowing the company to maximise the value and profitability of its litigation assets.

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