Our Value Proposition
The Calunius Fund has a flexible pricing structure. Each and every risk is individually assessed and priced according to its needs and merits.
The multi-disciplinary background of the Calunius team delivers a unique and authoritative approach to the valuation of commercial litigation claims.
Calunius offers a mix of approaches to pricing, seeking returns on successful investments based around combinations of multiples of outlay, percentages of proceeds and/or minimum thresholds. In our experience, such flexibility is unusual amongst litigation funding providers.
Litigation Funding is entirely success-dependent. If the claim turns out to be unsuccessful and the Claimant has performed its obligations, there is nothing to pay.
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Calunius news and media
Frankfurt, 17 March 2017
The DAJV Working Group Day discussed inter alia New Approaches to Attorney Remuneration and Financing in International Litigation/Arbitration on both sides of the Atlantic in times of Digitalization. Calunius partner Christian Stuerwald joined senior practitioners in a panel discussion about this topic. Click on the headline to access the full programme.
An arbitral tribunal in the case of Stans Energy v Kyrgyz Republic has issued an award favourable to the claimant on a number of jurisdictional objections that had been raised by the respondent state in the underlying UNCITRAL proceedings. A press release of the company can be accessed by clicking on the headline.
Calunius announces the closing of the Calunius Litigation Risk Fund 3 LP at a total of £100 million of capital. Calunius now advises funds totalling more than £200 million investing in large scale commercial litigation and arbitration assets.
Calunius is also delighted to announce the recruitment of Christiane Deniger as Senior Case Assessor. Christiane was most recently a senior associate at a well known international law firm. Click on the headline to access the full press release.
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