“IMF conducts a detailed due diligence on all applications it receives for funding.  Only claims that meet IMF’s strict investment criteria, and are approved by the relevant IMF Investment Committee, are funded.  The committees consist of IMF’s senior executives and investment managers and, in the case of the Australian and US Investment Committees, include former senior court judges. 

In essence, IMF looks for claims that have strong prospects of success, are against a solvent defendant with an established capacity to meet any likely judgment or award and are likely to result in a monetary outcome.  IMF funds only a very small percentage of the claims it receives, ensuring that only the strongest claims are funded and allowing IMF’s clients to benefit from IMF’s strong reputation for success.”