Liti Capital SA is a Swiss investment company that combines blockchain-based solutions, advanced data analytics and investigative capabilities to conduct litigation funding. The company merges traditional financial markets with equity tokens to create next-generation fintech, making private equity investing available to everyone.
Liti Capital was founded in the spring of 2021 in Geneva, Switzerland. The idea was born from Jonas Rey, who also heads Athena Intelligence, one of Switzerland’s most successful intelligence-gathering firms and one of the world’s most sought-after agencies in identifying recoverable assets. His two co-founders, Andy Christen and Jaime Delgado took a crucial role in shaping and implementing the vision of the project, as they bring a proven knowledge of blockchain engineering, a track record in the innovation fintech startup industry as well as operational and technical skills to round out the internal leadership team. When David Kay, one of the most successful and in-demand litigation finance strategists in the history of the 25-year-old litigation finance industry, was Funding Partner and Portfolio Manager of a billion US dollar private equity fund working in the litigation finance space, he was routinely tasked with monetising awards valued in the hundreds of millions of US dollars. This included successfully enforcing what was at the time the largest international arbitration award in history – bringing in more than one billion US dollars of cash and securities. Their most successful case to date is the purchase of 20% of an arbitration case for $20 million USD. The plaintiff was the largest shareholder of a now liquidated US manufacturing company with a $1 Billion USD sales pipeline at the time it closed its doors due to defendant stock purchase default. Lack of payment for shares by the defendant caused the plaintiff to default on financial commitment to the manufacturing company. On the defendant side, they work with over 100 subsidiaries and significant business with substantial assets. In 2018, the plaintiff filed at the Hong Kong International Arbitration Centre (HKIAC), a top-three international arbitration court. Final Arbitration decision (no appeal) is expected in 2023 or before, if there is a settlement.
Through their litigation funding, the company strives break all barriers to getting legal support and ensure private equity, delivering huge rewards to traditional and institutional investors.
The company has a dual vision: Access to justice and access to private equity investments.
Amanda Grudinskas(Chief Legal & Investigations Officer)
Financial and Banking