The UK’s litigation funding portal.
Access the UK’s largest panel of litigation funders and ATE providers to gain quick decisions, meet regulatory obligations, and deliver justice for all.
We want to empower people to stand up and take positive action.
Tony Webster - CEO
Justice shouldn’t be based on your bank account.
We earn our living from the funders and insurers that Sentry matches to back your case and client. We firmly believe that everyone has a right to justice, so we provide our services free of charge to solicitors and their clients, giving more people the opportunity to see their cases through.
Generate a Decision in Principle for your clients in under 5 minutes. Using a sophisticated algorithm, Sentry assesses your client’s claim against funders and insurers unique criteria and pricing to deliver a pre-approval certificate, specific to your client’s needs.
The Sentry portal manages not only the funding and insurance application but the on-going case management. Connecting your case by gathering reports from independent third-parties, such as barristers and cost lawyers, we keep a secure, organised, and centralised electronic file.
You have an obligation (SRA Code of Conduct IB(1.16)) to advise your clients on the various options that are available to pay for the costs associated with any type of litigation. Sentry produces a bespoke, editable compliance report that satisfies your regulatory responsibilities.
From approval to drawdown. Speeding up the litigation funding and ATE process using market-leading technology.
A diverse panel of funders and ATE insurers whose individual criteria can fund all types of cases.
Who we work with
We are committed to providing solicitors and their clients with transparent options when it comes to litigation funding and ATE insurance. For that reason, we’ve assembled the UK’s largest panel of funders and insurance providers, in addition to a broad spectrum of experts who can support your case, including barristers, cost lawyers, quantum experts, asset tracing experts and asset report providers. Arranging litigation funding and ATE efficiently relies on strong working relationships.