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Mark Wells, Managing Partner

Mark Wells is the managing partner of Calunius Capital.

Mark’s professional career includes 20 years in investment banking, principally in the field of derivatives. Mark left the banking industry in 2006 when he became one of the founding partners of Calunius Capital with the goal of providing litigants with solutions to the financial risk of litigation and arbitration.

 

Mark’s professional life has been spent in valuing contingent assets from an investment banking point of view. He takes the view that there could be no better example of a contingent asset than a claimant’s rights in a piece of litigation or arbitration. It is therefore easy to see why Mark is so heavily involved in the assessment of the financial and valuation aspects of the cases in which Calunius has the opportunity to invest.


Mark has a degree in Engineering from Cambridge University.

Contact Mark Wells

Direct phone: +44 20 3142 8338

Mobile: +44 7904 910790

Email: mark.wells@calunius.com

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Chambers and Partners Ranking of Litigation Funders

May 2018

Calunius is pleased to be ranked in Band 1 of the Chambers and Partners guide for providers of legal capital, and to be recognized as a 'highly respected funder with a "good team" and a long history in the funding space'. Please click on the link to access the full guide.

IV Arbitration Open 2018

Madrid, 10 May 2018

Calunius' co-founder Mick Smith was 'Talking Arbitration' with eminent members of the arbitration community at the Open de Arbitraje 2018. Please click on the headline to access the full programme for the event.

Calunius supports claims against VW in Austria

April 2018

Calunius is pleased to be working with COBIN in its efforts to obtain compensation from the Austrian courts for owners of Volkswagen diesel cars who have suffered loss as a consequence of the emissions scandal. COBIN has launched pilot proceedings already and plans to bring further proceedings in due course. Please click on the headline for a recent media article (in German) about the project.

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