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A changing landscape: third-party arbitration funding in Singapore and Hong Kong

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Third-party arbitration funding in Singapore and Hong Kong is evolving rapidly. In the past year, both jurisdictions have made regulatory changes permitting third-party funding in the arbitration context. While it is early days, the combination of light statutory regulation and a rich pool of disputes means the future looks bright for third-party funding in these arbitration hubs.

White & Case lawyers Melody Chan, Matthew Secomb and Adam Wallin have authored book chapters on recent developments in arbitration funding in Singapore and Hong Kong. The chapters form part of the 2018 edition of The Third Party Litigation Funding Law Review.


Click here to download the Hong Kong chapter.

Click here to download the Singapore chapter.


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