LITIGATION FUNDING EXPERTS
We believe litigation funding should offer more than money. It should provide expert insights and strategic value – to maximise your chance of success and the amount of your claim.
Who are we?
Claims Funding Europe is a litigation funding company based in Dublin, Ireland. We have operated since 2012 are jointly owned by Australia’s premier class action law firm, Maurice Blackburn Lawyers, and International Litigation Funding Partners.
We specialise in multi-party actions for victims of corporate misconduct, in particular cartels and claims for shareholders. With claims funded across Europe as well as in Japan, Canada, South Africa, Australia and New Zealand, we have the scale, capital and expertise to fund claims of all sizes.
World class backing and expertise
Maurice Blackburn Lawyers
Maurice Blackburn Lawyers (MBL) was founded in Australia in 1919 by Maurice McCrae Blackburn—a distinguished lawyer and a member of State and Federal Parliaments. Australia’s leading class action law firm, MBL pursues litigation for individuals, groups, shareholders and businesses who have suffered loss due to illegal corporate behaviour. The firm employs more than 1100 staff across Australia and has conducted all five of the largest class action cases in Australian legal history, resulting in more than $3.7 billion obtained on behalf of victims of corporate misconduct. From the very beginning, MBL has stood for the protection of civil liberties and in defence of underprivileged groups. To this day, the firm continues to fight diligently for its clients’ right to be free, safe, heard, and equal.Visit the Maurice Blackburn Lawyers website
International Litigation Funding Partners
International Litigation Funding Partners is a Singaporean based funding company that works closely with Claims Funding Europe’s long-term partner, Maurice Blackburn Lawyers. Since its formation in 2006, the company has been involved in funding landmark class actions including shareholder cases against NAB, Multiplex and QBE class actions, each of which settled for more than $100 million.