1 Cornhill
EC3V 3ND London
Display phone number 44 (0)20 7139 8401
Yasmin Mohammad
Anastasia Bondarenko


Established in 2010, Vannin is a pioneer of the rapidly evolving market of legal finance, providing tailored funding solutions and expert support to corporations and law firms involved in high value commercial and investment treaty arbitrations.

Our strategic and entrepreneurial approach sets us apart, combining global resources and local expertise from our offices in London, Jersey, Paris and Sydney.

A market leader, we are a member of the Association of Litigation Funders of England and Wales (ALF), conducting our business to the highest standards in line with its code of conduct.


  • London
  • Paris
  • Sydney
  • Isle of Man
  • Jersey


  • Business

    From single case funding to portfolio finance to enforcement arrangements, we tailor our solutions to each scenario, working collaboratively with our clients and their advisors towards the successful resolution of high-value arbitration claims.

    • Single-case funding

    We provide financing arrangements in which we agree to pay a client’s legal fees in connection with a claim in accordance with an agreed budget. If the claim is unsuccessful, the client will not have to pay anything and Vannin loses its investment. If the claim is successful, Vannin will be repaid its investment as well as a return on that investment in accordance with the financing agreement.

    • Portfolio funding

    We provide financing arrangements against portfolios of cases. Returns are paid from the proceeds of all cases. Successful cases can “subsidise” unsuccessful ones, and diversified risk can result in lower pricing. This can be arranged in relation to multiple claims by one party or, in certain jurisdictions, by multiple claims being pursued by one law firm.

    • Law firm financing

    Vannin may enter into agreements with law firms to provide standing funding for cases that meet certain pre-agreed criteria, in keeping with applicable regulatory and ethical regimes.