We finance litigation and arbitration

Law firms and corporates want certainty of funding, guaranteed throughout the life of the case. They want to work with responsive funding partners. That is what we offer.

We pay all costs of a dispute on time. If the case is won and monies received, we take our pre-agreed share of the proceeds. If the case is lost, the loss is Harbour’s – not the claimant’s. Harbour does not control the legal team running a claim or discussing settlement. We also offer access to a competitively priced, bespoke, A-rated ATE insurance facility.

Harbour’s team has lead the way in best practice in dispute funding globally. We work with law firms and clients to eliminate exposure to the cost of legal disputes through innovative solutions.

Unrivalled. Unfazed. Uncomplicated.

Harbour has been instrumental in shaping the third party funding landscape. Our team, one of the largest globally, has been funding disputes since 2002 and has funded over 150 large commercial claims globally. Substantial funding is immediately available.

We are lawyers who understand your claim. Our wealth of expertise and resilience means we are not afraid to deal with difficult issues when they arise, as they inevitably do in the unpredictable world of disputes.

Our criteria are simple and obtaining funding is straightforward.

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Bench strength: scale and skill

Harbour’s litigation and arbitration funding solutions, combined with its in-depth specialist knowledge and experience – drawn from top legal, financial and commercial talent – help claimants reach the outcome they seek.

David Palmer
Chief Executive Officer
David has held senior leadership roles in international businesses across the banking, business
Ruth Stackpool-Moore
Director of Litigation Funding / Head of Harbour Hong Kong
Previously Managing Counsel for the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre.
Nicola Mumford
Non-Executive Director
Non-Executive Director, Royal Bank of Canada. Previously, London Managing Partner of Wragge & Co.
Grant Elliott
Finance Manager
Previously at Deloitte.
David Palmer
Chief Commercial Officer
Previously, Practice Head of the Private Client Group of Shoosmiths and Managing Director of loyalty business, Affinion International Ltd.
Robert Howe QC
Investment Committee Member
Queen's Counsel with Blackstone Chambers.
Ellora MacPherson
Chief Investment Officer
Previously, EMEA General Counsel at Warnaco Inc (Calvin Klein).
David Palmer
Chief Executive Officer
David has held senior leadership roles in international businesses across the banking, business

Global

Accessible, responsive

Ready

£400m of committed capital

Connected

Established, recommended, respected