AxiaFunder sponsorship & participation at R3 London & SouthEast Regional Meeting
AxiaFunder participated in the R3 LONDON & SOUTH EAST REGIONAL MEETING, hosted by Farrer & Co, regarding  how to best support and engage with new professionals within the Restructuring sector. AxiaFunder sponsored the event with director Cormac Leech participating as a speaker. 
AxiaFunder case win: Net investor gain of 43% after 8 months
Case ID 1555, funded in January 2019 has settled, with the case SPV being paid its full contractual entitlement, following a successful mediation in early July.

Posted on 30 August 2019.
Litigation finance comes of age

This article was originally posted on CityAM and the views expressed are those of the author (not affiliated with AxiaFunder). 

Emily Perryman reports for CityAM on how the UK’s first litigation crowdfunding platform, AxiaFunder is enabling private investors to invest in litigation finance, an area previously only open to hedge funds and other large institutions. 

She discusses: 
  1. Axia’s record in raising funds for its first three cases
  2. The potential risks and rewards of investing in litigation 
  3. AxiaFunder’s selective approach in choosing which cases to offer on its platform. 

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The litigation platform that’s changing the game for investors

Not many alternative finance firms can boast that they earned 43 per cent for investors on their first ever case, and while of course, past performance is not a reliable indicator of future results, AxiaFunder was always going to do things differently.
The high price of certainty
Roughly a quarter of all debt issued by governments and companies around the world, $15 trillion in absolute terms, is trading at negative yields.* If investors hold the debt to maturity they are certain to receive less than they have paid in the market for the debt. Government bonds are seen as “low risk” because you are almost certain to receive the principal; certainty comes with a high price (zero or negative real returns).

Posted on 29 October 2019.
Litigation funding: A profitable portfolio alternative during Brexit?

With yields at close to multi-century lows, equities valuations stretched, and Brexit dominating the headlines, attractive alternatives to cash are arguably limited. In this context, the double-digit returns offered by litigation funding, with no correlation to macro or political risk are potentially attractive to qualified investors.

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