Christiane Deniger is a Vice President with responsibility for assessing and underwriting legal risk as part of Burford’s investment team. She is also a contributing author to various publications on international arbitration and third-party financing. A native French speaker, she is fluent in English and Italian and has a working knowledge of Spanish.
Prior to joining Burford, Ms. Deniger was a Senior Case Assessor and Principal at Calunius Capital, where she was responsible for assessing the merits of providing finance for large international arbitration and litigation disputes and competition claims and for developing the transactional structures involved in each investment. Before Calunius, Ms. Deniger was a Senior Associate in the international arbitration and dispute resolution department at Fried Frank, where she focused on international arbitration and regulatory, fraud and white-collar crime investigations. Ms. Deniger began her career as an Associate at Dewey & LeBoeuf.
Ms. Deniger graduated from the University of Law in London and has an undergraduate degree from the University of Durham.