|Steps in pursuing claim
|Initial screening (48-72 hours)
|2-3 day response time
|Further due diligence/ source ATE / confirm prefunding in place
|Run in parallel
|Agree funding terms with insolvency practitioner / prepare offer document
|Tried & tested documentation
|Source funding to fully finance the case to trial
|Funds sourced in 1 week or less.
|Axia uses internal and external legal specialists to pursue the claim and maximise value. Axia continuously monitors the claim to resolution.
|On average we expect claims to settle within 52 weeks
|Pay Insolvent company their share of any settlement and distribute remaining proceeds to Axia’s investors. Pay remaining introducer fees.
|16-109: avg circa 52 weeks
|Insolvent company/creditors receive contractual share of any settlement
Experienced team: Axia is operated by seasoned litigators and investment bankers who are focused on building long-term relationships with IPs.
Initial response within 2-3 days: We will provide an initial assessment on your claim within 2-3 work days. If this is favourable, we will request a period of exclusivity to complete our assessment and source the capital, with a target turnaround time of 1 month or less from initial enquiry to funding.
Flexible claim size: Axia will source funding for claims with value from £50,000 up to £5m
Backed by a private group of high net individuals: We source capital privately from high net worth individuals under NDA via the AxiaFunder platform.
Competitive pricing: An SPV, advised by Axia, buys or funds the claim and seeks to share a competitive proportion of the upside with the insolvent company, compared to other funders in the UK market. The SPV typically shares more than 50% of the net proceeds with the insolvent company.
|SPV purchases claim from IP
|Legal costs paid by SPV
|Gross settlement amount
|Less reimbursements to SPV
|Purchase price fee & legal fees
|Net settlement amount
|Share of net settlement to Insolvent Company
|% payout agreed beforehand
|Share of net settlement to SPV
|Deferred ATE premium to be deducted
|Total payment to Insolvent Company
|% of net settlement to Insolvent Company
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