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US tax joy, commodity lift kicks off ASX Santa rally

2017-12-19 theage.com.au
Investors flooded into shares on Tuesday, buoyed by new record highs on Wall Street and a broad-based lift in commodity prices.  (22-0)

US tax joy, commodity lift kicks off ASX Santa rally

2017-12-19 smh.com.au
Investors flooded into shares on Tuesday, buoyed by new record highs on Wall Street and a broad-based lift in commodity prices.  (22-0)

IMF to bankroll Santanol fight

2017-11-13 businessnews.com.au
The private investors in sandalwood business Santanol Group, led by Tony Jack and Bob Bunning, have gained backing from litigation funder IMF Bentham for their fight against private equity group KKR.

Silent Partners: The bankrollers behind the rush of Australia shareholder lawsuits

2017-10-18 in.reuters
SYDNEY (Reuters) - After Australian internet company Vocus Telecommunications Ltd gave its second profit warning in seven months, fund manager David Pace received an email from a law firm asking him to join a shareholder class action.

Silent Partners: The bankrollers behind the rush of Australia shareholder lawsuits

2017-10-18 reuters
SYDNEY (Reuters) - After Australian internet company Vocus Telecommunications Ltd (VOC.AX) gave its second profit warning in seven months, fund manager David Pace received an email from a law firm asking him to join a shareholder class action.

MOVES-Bentham IMF appoints head of new bankruptcy unit

2017-10-16 reuters
Oct 16 (Reuters) - Bentham IMF, the U.S. arm of litigation funding company IMF Bentham Limited, has hired Ken Epstein to head its new bankruptcy unit, which will provide funding for insolvency disputes. (1-0)

Who's who in firing line in CBA class action

2017-10-09 theage.com.au
It's being billed as the largest shareholder class action in Australian history. It remains to be seen whether this boast comes to pass but the class action litigation against the Commonwealth Bank will certainly involve a lot of shareholders.

Who's who in firing line in CBA class action

2017-10-09 smh.com.au
It's being billed as the largest shareholder class action in Australian history. It remains to be seen whether this boast comes to pass but the class action litigation against the Commonwealth Bank will certainly involve a lot of shareholders.

CBA shareholders launch class action over money-laundering scandal

2017-10-09 abc.net.au
A massive class action potentially worth "hundreds of millions of dollars" has been launched against the Commonwealth Bank (CBA) for a drop in its share price following accusations it breached anti-money-laundering and terrorism finance laws.

Court proceedings issued against CBA

2017-10-09 businessnews.com.au
Federal Court proceedings have been issued in the shareholder class action against Commonwealth Bank of Australia, which is being funded by Perth-based IMF Bentham.

Commonwealth Bank of Australia hit with class action suit over money-laundering rule breaches

2017-10-09 themalaymailonline
CBA has not disputed that it processed tens of thousands of illicit transfers but argues the breaches were largely caused by a software glitch and contests its level of responsibility. — Reuters pic

CommBank hit with class action

2017-10-09 perthnow.com.au
Law firm Maurice Blackburn on Monday said a statement of claim filed in the Federal Court in Victoria names outgoing chief executive Ian Narev and current chair Catherine Livingstone as being among those who knew CBA had been accused of breaching anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism funding laws.

CBA, executives and former chairman David Turner hit with class action claim

2017-10-09 smh.com.au
Shareholders have accused the Commonwealth Bank and a host of senior executives, including chief Ian Narev and former chairman David Turner, of misleading the market in regards to investigations relating to the bank's alleged breaches of money laundering and terrorism financing laws.

CBA, executives and former chairman David Turner hit with class action claim

2017-10-09 theage.com.au
Shareholders have accused the Commonwealth Bank and a host of senior executives, including chief Ian Narev and former chairman David Turner, of misleading the market in regards to investigations relating to the bank's alleged breaches of money laundering and terrorism financing laws.

IMF commits $30m to new investment vehicles

2017-10-03 businessnews.com.au
Litigation funder IMF Bentham has committed $30 million towards two new investment vehicles, which will have a combined pool of $150 million.