An international claim is often much more costly to recover than a domestic claim.

Insofar as the incident is caused by the debtor’s unwillingness to pay, rather than his inability to pay, the recovery process becomes complex.

Such international claims require a rigorous and adequate management, based on specific skills.

Financial issues: payment defaults distort competition in international trade and can seriously affect creditors.

The variety of judicial systems (legal systems, national courts, arbitration tribunals…) and enforcement proceedings require professional expertise to unlock the value of assets that are frequently arbitrarily depreciated.

Dedicated expertise:
Recovery can be outsourced through claim collection mandates through acquisition of the debt by a fund, or through funding and monitoring of proceedings (e.g. arbitration proceedings or enforcement of awards): our expertise relies on:

  • Targeted data sourcing;
  • Asset valuation and the elaboration of the adequate strategy;
  • Implementation of the recovery strategy, relying on an international network of local lawyers and intermediaries.

1) Such an expertise can be assessed through the capacity to unlock international claims' value and to solve complex international litigations.

2) Such an expertise requires financial leverage (investment fund) to capture the targeted operations: the unlocked value is therefore shared between the original creditor, the investors and the operators.

In this context filled with opportunities, choosing a fully qualified, experienced and ethically reliable partner is essential.



Recovery proceedings must be implemented in compliance with strict ethical standards

  • Anti-money laundering (as much as possible under the control of strong regulatory bodies)
  • Claims selection based on ethical criteria
  • Traceability of all measures taken
  • Unique use of legally binding measures
  • Compliance with confidentiality rules with all partners

Any breach of such standards may damage our partners’ reputation, penalise market players on a long-term basis, and damage the equitable functioning of institutions.