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​What is Litigation Funding?

Litigation funding, also known as legal financing or third-party funding, is a financial arrangement that allows investors to support legal cases without claimants shouldering the financial burden associated with litigation. In essence, it's a powerful way to level the playing field, simultaneously offering access to justice and financial growth.

Why Invest with KWS Litigation? 

Inviting individual investors to finance legal cases in exchange for a share of the proceeds and generous pro rata returns of between 20% and 25% per annum, litigation funding generates a low-risk, passive income. Not directly correlated with traditional financial markets, investors benefit from our legal expertise, case due diligence and our entire process management.

Supporting people with meritorious cases seeking justice in situations where they might not have the financial means to pursue legal action, generates a win-win.

Making Informed Investment Decisions

Before proceeding with this opportunity, it is advisable to thoroughly understand the specifics of the non-market-dependent investment and consult a financial advisor to ensure alignment with your financial goals and risk tolerance. Your understanding of potential risk factors is crucial for making informed investment decisions. If you have any concerns or questions, please do not hesitate to seek clarification from our team.

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The insurance bond is commonly used within litigation. In this instance, its primary purpose is to safeguard investor capital in the unlikely event that a loan agreement mis-selling case or business energy claim is unsuccessful.


Purchased after the dispute has arisen and once barristers have agreed to pursue the case, the insurance bond covers a range of legal costs, including court fees, expert witness fees, legal representation fees (barristers and solicitors) and other disbursements related to the case. It also covers costs that may be awarded against the claimant if they lose the case. The cost of acquiring the insurance bond is incorporated into the minimum funding amount for each case.

How The Insurance Bond Works


KWS Litigation prioritises investor protection and as such, we have instituted an insurance bond within our corporate structure. Upon onboarding new investors, we promptly inform our FCA-regulated broker. From here, the investor's contribution is seamlessly integrated into the insurance bond cover, comprehensively covering investor funds.


Indemnifying the investor, the insurance bond ensures that the principal sum is reimbursed in the unlikely event that the case is unsuccessful. This strategic measure reinforces our commitment to bolstering investor confidence and ensuring a comprehensive risk mitigation strategy. For investor peace of mind, KWS Law is regulated by the Solicitors Regulation Authority (SRA). At the same time, the policy is underwritten by leading, regulated insurance bond providers and issued through FCA-regulated brokers.



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75 King William Street, London. EC4N 7BE. 




Tel:  0203 6037591

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