Patrick Moloney is the Chief Executive Officer of Litigation Capital Management Limited (LCM).
Patrick is a veteran of the litigation funding and finance industry. He joined the Board of LCM, then known as Australian Litigation Fund Pty Ltd, in 2003 as the industry was still emerging. Patrick came into the industry after extensive experience as a commercial litigator.
Having experience in the litigation finance and funding industry dating back to its formation places Patrick as one of the most experienced industry participants worldwide. As a consequence, he is regularly asked to present at conferences on the litigation funding and financing industry and related topics. Patrick regularly speaks at conferences in cities such as London, New York and in Australia.
Patrick has been requested to give expert testimony in relation to the industry in commercial disputes and participates in roundtable discussions and consulting to law reform commissions in relation to the potential regulation of the industry.
Patrick’s involvement in the business of litigation finance extends from the origination of investments, to conduct of due diligence, negotiation of commercial terms, management of investments through to the overseeing of an international funding and finance business at executive level.
Mary has extensive senior management experience in financial services, having managed finance functions in the UK, Europe and Asia. Mary’s proficiency with corporate transactions (both buy & sell side), and her involvement in several restructures, provides her with a strong background in change and people management.
Mary has a Bachelor of Commerce (Accounting and Finance), is qualified as a Certified Practising Accountant (CPA Australia), and has completed the Transition to General Management programme through Executive Education at INSEAD.
Mary’s previous roles at Investment Banks and Brokers include; Bridgewell, Creditex and Canaccord. Most recently, she worked for IFG Group PLC, where she was part of the key management team that successfully sold the business to Epiris-Private Equity.