Rosemary Ioannou

Managing Director

+44 07 808 254 800
rosemary.ioannou@vannin.com

As part of the Vannin Capital team, Rosemary has been at the forefront of the development of dispute resolution funding over recent years, both in the UK and globally. She has particular experience funding insolvency claims, competition claims and group actions both in the UK and across the globe.

Rosemary is a solicitor of the Courts of England and Wales. Before joining Vannin, she was a Senior Associate in the Litigation department at Allen & Overy LLP in London, where she trained and qualified. While at Allen & Overy, Rosemary spent time on secondment at the Court of Appeal as Judicial Assistant to Lord Justice Dyson (now Lord Dyson) and at TUI Travel Plc.

Rosemary has extensive experience in a wide range of corporate and financial disputes both in England and internationally, acting for large corporations, banks and other financial institutions. She also has expertise in managing complex cross jurisdictional disputes both as a practicing solicitor and funder.

She regularly contributes to articles and presents on a wide range of topics in connection with dispute resolution funding, with a particular focus on the benefits of funding to well capitalised claimants, the global growth of funding and its impact on the dispute resolution landscape and the development of group actions across the world.

In 2017, Rosie was elected Executive Committee Member of the Russian and CIS Arbitration Network (RCAN) and in 2018 to the Executive Committee of RAIIDAR.

WHAT WE DO

The Vannin Approach

As litigation grows and becomes ever more expensive, top tier law firms and corporate clients are realising the benefits that third party legal finance provides as a risk management tool.

NEWS

Global Arbitration Review | 24 January 2018

Cayman Islands court says yes to third-party funding

Our Managing Director, Yasmin Mohammad, caught up with GAR to discuss a recent court decision that confirms the legality of...

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