U.K.-headquartered litigation funders have accused big business in Australia of peddling myths about litigation finance and adopting “anti-foreigner” rhetoric in a bid to have the industry more tightly regulated.

The funders also told an Australian parliamentary inquiry focused on class actions that a planned requirement for them to have a license would push many foreign players out of the market and reduce competition in the sector.

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