03 February 2021

Growth prospects of Third-Party Funding in Asia

As Mainland China’s Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) and the Greater Bay Area (GBA) are expected to boost cross-border investment, the number of disputes that come along with rapid growth is set to increase.  Hong Kong is the natural seat to resolve these disputes.

Paul Starr, Co-Head of International Arbitration and Practice Leader in Hong Kong for DR/Infrastructure shares his insights with Conventus Law on Hong Kong’s role in this trend and how clients will become more aware of the advantages that third-party funding (TPF) can bring to disputes. 


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