Carolina Ramirez

Managing Director

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Carolina Ramirez works with law firms and claimants on how third-party funding can be pursued and utilised across a broad range of high-value commercial litigation disputes. Based in New York, her role focuses on identifying and providing a full appraisal of disputes that Vannin will consider for funding, as well as monitoring disputes that Vannin has committed to fund.

Prior to joining Vannin Capital, Carolina was a Senior Associate at Dentons US LLP. At Dentons, Carolina’s litigation practice focused on representing clients in government investigations and litigation with a primary focus on violations of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act. She conducted internal investigations of domestic and multinational organisations and assisted clients with the creation of industry-specific anti-corruption compliance programs.

Previously, Carolina was a member of the commercial litigation team in the New York office of White & Case LLP working on a variety of general commercial claims across a multitude of different industries.

Carolina earned her J.D. from the University of Pennsylvania Law School where she was a member of the International Law Organization and the Latin America Law School Association. She studied abroad in the spring of 2009 at the Tel Aviv University Law School and holds a B.A in International Relations. She also serves on the Penn Law Board of Overseers and is a member of the junior board of New York Lawyers for Public Interest.

Carolina is admitted to practice in New York and is fluent in Spanish.


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