The LFJ Podcast Episode 63
Episode Guest

John Freund

By John Freund |

In this episode, we spoke with Tony Webster, CEO of UK-based litigation funding and ATE insurance portal Sentry Funding. Tony described his personal access-to-justice story which led him to the litigation funding industry, and illustrated how Sentry’s portal works, and the advantages it provides both funders and solicitors in need of funding. He also explained why Sentry is choosing to focus on the smaller end of the claims market–GBP 500,000 and below.

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