Litigation finance firm goes Dutch, with US expansion also in its sights
Nera Capital, the Manchester-based litigation finance firm, has opened a new office in The Netherlands to complement its existing presence in both Manchester and Dublin.
The firm’s expansion into Europe is set to create 10 positions across the company including at its newly minted location in Weert, Netherlands, with US expansion plans also in the pipeline.
The positions will span key areas including legal, finance, audit, origination, technology and marketing, demonstrating the company’s commitment to building a diverse and dynamic platform to support its successfully growing portfolio, it said.
Since the firm’s inception in 2011, Nera Capital has assisted more than 100,000 claimants to date.
Director, Aisling Byrne, said: “Our venture into Europe is a strategic move to better serve our clients and partners, providing enhanced access to justice through innovative funding solutions.
“Our new offices mark a geographical expansion that aligns with Nera Capital’s vision for growth and accessibility. The decision to establish a presence in Europe reflects a careful consideration of market dynamics and growth potential.”
With more than 13 years of operation, Nera Capital is a specialised funding provider for law firms, offering support across diverse claim portfolios including Financial Mis-selling, Data Breach, Anti-trust, Personal Injury, and beyond.
Byrne added: “The positive outcomes from our ventures globally have not only fortified our influence, but bolstered industry relationships, enabling us to adeptly navigate and thrive in these new jurisdictions.
“Our expansion into Europe is also about creating more access to justice. We are excited about the possibilities this brings and look forward to making a further positive impact on the legal landscape.
“I take immense pride in witnessing the remarkable growth of Nera Capital as it expands its footprint worldwide. It’s a testament to the hard work of our incredible team and is truly gratifying to see the firm’s influence extend beyond borders, creating job opportunities and spearheading justice in Europe.”