Our Introducer Programme recognises the work that goes into connecting your client’s claim with our financing

Accountants Accountants
Finance brokers Finance
brokers
Trade representatives Trade
representatives
IFAs IFAs
Solicitors Solicitors
Business development professionals Business
development
professionals

How much could I earn
as an introducer?

Our introduction fees consist of two parts

a front-end fee calculated as a % of the amount of finance we provide;

and

a back-end fee (where the matter is successful) calculated as % of our success fee, less the front-end fee already paid.

Should the claim be unsuccessful, we do not look to recover the front-end fee.

How do I become an introducer?

You can do this by:

We will be in contact with you quickly to add you as an Introducer and to give you access to the Augusta Platform.

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It was particularly important for us to work with a funder who would allow us to get on with the job, without interfering in the management of a case. Augusta made the whole process as straightforward and lawyer friendly as possible.

Douglas Skilton, Partner,
Thomson Snell & Passmore LLP's Dispute Resolution Team

No need to show me the money! Court finds that a deed of indemnity from an insurer is acceptable security for costs

17/08/2016 | admin

A sensible judgement holding that an A-rated Deed of Indemnity provided adequate security for costs. Deeds of Indemnity are extremely useful for claimants who cannot afford to place security into court or prefer not to have their funds tied up for the duration of the matter. However, the cost of…

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SRA responds to ABS consultation

15/08/2016 | admin

The SRA has now responded to the Government's proposals to increase competition in the legal services market, backing the removal of regulatory roles for alternative business structures. The Chief Exec of the SRA released a statement yesterday "All the evidence suggests ABSs are good for competition and improving choice." Read…

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