We help groups of shareholders, bond holders and investors to organize and finance their claims
You are one of the minority shareholders in a company that has suffered loss due to fraudulent or illegal actions taken by the board of directors or the majority owner. The minority group lacks the necessary funds to pursue a claim or seeks, for other reasons, to mitigate the risks and costs associated with taking action to pursue such claim.
We can finance the entire legal proceedings and hold the minority shareholders harmless from any liability whatsoever (e.g. if the minority shareholders would lose such dispute and face an adverse cost award or judgment). The minority shareholders will have no downside risk, but still be entitled to the majority of the proceeds in a positive outcome of the proceedings.
You are one of the bond holders in a real estate company. The company seeks to amend the terms of the bond by way of a written procedure. The group of bond holders lacks the necessary funds to enforce the security (real estate) granted by the company, or seeks, for other reasons, to mitigate the risks and costs associated with taking legal action.
We can finance the entire enforcement proceedings and hold the minority shareholders harmless from any liability whatsoever. We receive our profit share when the security is realised (sold).
Our funding process may vary from case to case, depending on the specific circumstances. Generally, we strive to work fast and focused by conducting a high-level analysis and providing an indicative offer as soon a practically possible. If you accept the indicative offer, we normally prepare and send out our standard financing/purchase agreement for signature. The agreement may be conditioned upon a more in-depth due diligence, often prepared in cooperation with a law firm or other third party specialist. If and when the due diligence has confirmed our initial findings, the investment is made.