Join the GTA Chapter for another networking evening at the Strathcona Hotel.
Found Money: Helping Clients Generate Revenue with Existing Assets
Dispute finance is a new strategic tool for unlocking value from litigation claims. As the cost and exposure of litigation increases, dispute finance enables companies to use existing assets to grow revenue without increasing spend. Become the strategist clients seek by understanding how it helps companies pursue legitimate business interests and growth, while improving the bottom line.
Litigation funders provide capital for the costs of litigation and for use as working capital, but receive a return only if there is a successful resolution of the dispute. As a result, litigation funding frees companies from repayment obligations of traditional financing, and this cash-generating option appeals to companies of all sizes and types. Management consultants should understand how it is obtained and where it can be beneficial, in order to advise clients on cost-cutting, borrowing and expansion strategies. Help your clients build for the future without assuming debt by participating in a program designed to provide actionable strategies for transforming businesses with dispute finance.
About the Presenter
Naomi Loewith is an Investment Manager and Legal Counsel, and the head of Bentham IMF’s Toronto office. Naomi has extensive experience with complex commercial matters, acting for corporation, boards of directors, senior executive management and public institutions. Prior to joining Bentham IMF, Naomi was a litigator with a top Toronto law firm. Naomi obtained her J.D. from Harvard Law School and clerked for Justice Morris Fish at the Supreme Court of Canada.
Bentham IMF is the Canadian arm of IMF Bentham Limited, a publicly held litigation funder, headquartered in Australia. IMF Bentham is the world’s oldest and most experienced commercial litigation funders, and has recovered over $2.3B since 2001.
Date: September 12, 2019
Times: 6pm - 8pm
Location: Strathcona Hotel, 60 York Street, Toronto