CFOs Poised to Unlock More Value From Legal: The 2021 Burford Capital Legal Asset Report | Burford Capital

Presented by Burford Capital and Financial Executives International
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Is your company leaving millions of dollars on the table? Many companies leave millions of dollars on the table when they fail to bring a financial approach to their legal assets, but this is beginning to change, as new research shows.
Join Burford Chief Financial Officer, Ken Brause, who will highlight how companies and their financial officers have grown increasingly interested in pursuing litigation as a revenue generator and how that shift presents an opportunity for close collaboration between legal and financial departments.
                                         3 major learning points:
  • How to enhance liquidity and reduce risk through untapped legal assets
  • The benefits of applying a commercial mindset to legal departments
  • The new opportunities CFOs have to fully leverage tools to unlock the value of legal claims

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Liz Bigham

Chief Marketing Officer
Burford Capital

Ken Brause

Chief Financial Officer
Burford Capital


1.00 CPE




Finance, Technical



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