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A SQUARE 19 Sep 2011

Monday, September 19, 2011
Third-party litigation funding in the U.K. - the Axiom Legal Financing Fund.

A SQUARE :: 19Sep11 A SQUARE 19 Sep 2011
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Author Florian Guldner
Looking at litigation funding reforms in the U.K. and the Axiom Legal Financing Fund, an investment vehicle making small loans with a 12-month time horizon. The fund gained over 20% since inception in September 2009.
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