Litigation Finance Journal will host a digital conference: “Investor Insights into Litigation Funding”
An upcoming digital conference hosted by LFJ promises to find out how LPs and institutional investors feel about their Litigation Finance investments. February 4and The conference will begin at 11 a.m. EST and will include a panel discussion, Q&A with attendees and a keynote address from Charles Agee of Westfleet Advisors.
- How do university endowments, private equity firms, and private wealth managers evaluate litigation funding opportunities?
- How do they select managers to partner with?
- What are their pain points?
- And what do they think of the future of the industry?
Jonathan Rix: Senior Partner at Partners Capital. Mr. Rix holds a BA from Oxford and a CFA Level 3 certification.
David Demeter: Director of Investments at Davidson College since 2018. Prior to Davidson, Mr. Demeter served as Director of Investments at the University of Michigan for 12 years.
Kendra Corbett: Director of the investment team at Cloverlay. Prior to Cloverlay, Ms. Corbett was an investment advisor at Veritable for 15 years.
The roundtable will be moderated by Ed Truant, veteran litigation finance investor and founder of Slingshot Capital.
Additionally, the event will include a keynote address from Charles Agee, founder of litigation funding advisory firm Westfleet Advisors. Mr. Agee co-founded one of the very first litigation funding companies in 1998. He was instrumental in building funding portfolios and ensuring that ethical guidelines were followed in a still largely unregulated industry. He founded Westfleet Advisors in 2013, with the intention of bringing third-party financing to a wider range of clients.
Mr. Agee’s keynote address will cover highlights from Westfleet’s 2020 Litigation Funding Market Report.
Tickets for the event can be found here. All ticket holders will receive a conference recording after the event, regardless of ability to attend.
We look forward to seeing you at the conference!
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