IMF Bentham Ltd (ASX: IMF) announced on Friday that it has made at least $7.5 million from an Australian case.
IMF has been one of the world’s leading global litigation funders since 2001. It’s headquartered in Australia and has offices in the US, Canada, Singapore, Hong Kong and London. IMF has an experienced litigation funding team that oversees its investments. At 30 June 2019 it had achieved a 90% success rate across 184 completed cases (excluding withdrawals).
IMF Bentham’s Latest Win
The company announced a ‘confidential’ partial settlement has been reached in an Australian case it has funded.
The settlement has been reached with one of two defendants, but the settlement terms remain confidential whilst the case proceeds against the remaining defendant.
IMF currently expects to receive revenue of approximately $7.5 million from this partial settlement. After the case is finished IMF will provide further information on the case after it has been completed.
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At the time of publishing, Jaz does not have a financial interest in any of the companies mentioned.