12 September 2019

Belt and Road Practical Guide: Third Party Funding

Disputes are a crucial, if unfortunate, part of the lifecycle in the Belt and Road Initiative (“BRI”), and their financing should therefore be a key consideration for BRI project participants. When considering the financing of disputes, there are a variety of reasons why Third Party Funding (“TPF”) can and should be used.

In this publication, we provide our practical overview of TPF’s relevance to the arbitrations which will inevitably arise from BRI projects and practical takeaways on how to use TPF.

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