Arvindran Manoosegaran

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Arvindran Manoosegaran


Investment Manager

Arvindran Manoosegaran is an Investment Manager in Omni Bridgeway’s Singapore office. He is responsible for assessing and managing funded cases throughout Asia, including arbitration, litigation and insolvency claims.

Arvindran Manoosegaran joined Omni Bridgeway in 2018 and is a pioneer member of its Asia business. As an Investment Manager based in Singapore, he has experience assessing and funding arbitration, litigation and insolvency claims across a broad array of industries ranging from cryptocurrency to construction, to commercial disputes against States/parastatals. He has a special focus on, and interest in, opportunities emanating from India, which is a market of growing importance for litigation funding. He was also seconded in 2023 for six months to help with Omni Bridgeway’s Canada business and operations.

Arvindran began his career at Drew & Napier LLC, the premier dispute resolution firm in Singapore. He appeared before all levels of the Singapore Court, as well as international Tribunals, on some of the most difficult and complex cases ranging from fraud, shareholder and JV disputes, and minority oppression, to name a few. Highlights of his career include a stint at Fountain Court Chambers in London after winning the Christopher Bathurst Prize in 2014, as well as a prestigious appointment in 2015 by the Supreme Court of Singapore as amicus curiae, where he assisted the Court in addressing novel points of law. Despite having left practice, he continues to enjoy a close relationship with many members of the Singapore and English bar.

Arvindran holds a Bachelor of Laws Degree from the National University of Singapore. He is fluent in English and Tamil and is recognised in Who’s Who Legal: Thought Leaders Third-Party Funding 2020-2024 Guides.
  • Author. Winter is coming - how to obtain litigation funding for cryptocurrency disputes? ThoughtLeaders4 FIRE. December 2023.
  • Co-author. Third-Party Funding: Is Funding of Commercial Litigation Permissible in Singapore? Singapore Law Society Gazette Singapore. June 2019.
  • Author. Do the benefits of requiring parties to litigation to disclose documents harmful to their own case outweigh the costs involved? Christopher Bathurst Essay Competition 2014. Winning submission.
  • Singapore as a cross-border / international litigation hub. The Law Society of Singapore Litigation Conference 2024. 4 April 2024. Singapore.
  • The different career paths in International Arbitration. CIArb Singapore. YMG Conference. 21 February 2024. Singapore.
  • Funding insolvency estate: litigation funding.  IBBI and INSOL India - International Conclave 2024. 20 January 2024. New Delhi.
  • Efficient management of arbitration proceedings amongst the different stakeholders - in house professionals, experts, funders and practitioners. Cyril Amarchand Mangaldas. India Arbitration week. Mumbai. 10 October 2023.
  • Enforcement of Investor State Awards against India. Shardul Amarchand Mangaldas & Co and Young ITA. India Arbitration week. Mumbai. 10 October 2023.
  • Long-Term Institutional Investors’ Perspective: SWFs and Pension Funds. Infrastructure Finance India. 27 August 2021. Virtual Event.
  • Tech, Media & Telecoms Disputes: Emerging Trends and Practical Solutions. Bird & Bird 'In Your Corner' Disputes Conference 2021. 18 February 2021. Virtual Event.
  • 2nd ICC Indonesia Arbitration Day. ICC. 21-22 November 2019. Jakarta.
  • Protecting Indian Investments Abroad. Clifford Chance and FTI event. 24 May 2019. Mumbai.
  • 3rd Party Funding – Pros & Cons in International Arbitration. Wolters Kluwer Indonesia and SE Asia: 6th Annual International Arbitration & Regulatory Summit.  6 December 2018.
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