Why the Steinhoff settlement is ground-breaking for investors

Joeri Klein and Edouard Fremault of Deminor share how they syndicated the largest active group of international institutional investors and coordinated and funded the recovery action against Steinhoff, Deloitte and various (former) Steinhoff directors and officers and explain the implications this ground-breaking case will have on future recovery cases in the Netherlands and South Africa. Read more.

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New head of HR for Deminor

Deminor has announced the appointment of Veronique Chatel as the company’s Global Head of Human Resources. Veronique was previously Head of HR Transformation at TotalEnergies Trading, one of the leaders in the Energy Trading market. At Deminor, Veronique will take the lead in all aspects of the company’s People function especially Talent Acquisition and Management, with a focus on helping Deminor continue to establish itself as one of the globe’s leading litigation funding providers.

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Around 4.000 Madoff fraud victims assisted by Deminor are now at 81,35% loss recovery

Joeri Klein and Valentin Orts of Deminor share that their firm has been able to assist approximately 4,000 mostly non-US investors in so called “Madoff feeder funds” in recovering over 81% percent of their losses and praise the US Department of Justice for providing a meaningful compensation for these investors, in scarce contrast to other regions such as Europe, where Madoff related litigation and proceedings are still ongoing and a broad scheme compensating investors’ losses is absent.

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Agenda for European Litigation Funding Conference announced

Brown Rudnick has released the agenda for its first annual European Litigation Funding Conference taking place on 17 May 2022 in London. The one-day conference has drawn big names from the international litigation funding market who will discuss topics such as opportunities and innovation in deal structuring, the rise of class actions and opportunities in Europe.

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