News, Events & Awards
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Meet FRT at the following conferences. We will be adding additional shows, so be sure to check back regularly for updates.
- BDUG Annual Meeting . Sep 25-28 . Clearwater, FL
- CII Fall Conference . Sep 28-30 . Chicago, IL
- NCTR Annual Conference . Oct 8-12 . Providence, RI
- TUG National Conference . Oct 19-22 . New Orleans, LA
- Hedgeopolis . Oct 20-21 . New York, NY
- ACA Fall Compliance Conference . Oct 26-28 . Marina del Rey, CA
Awards & Recognitions
- Wealth & Finance 2016 Business Awards – Best for Specialised Class Action recovery Solutions – USA
- Corporate America 2016 Legal Elite – Best in Securities Class Action Monitoring
- Corporate Vision 2016 Technology Innovator Awards – Best for Investment Claim Filing & Monitoring Systems
- TMT Magazine – Best in Software and Data Awards USA 2016
- Wealth & Finance International, Best in Software and Data Awards
Participating in Non-U.S. Group Securities Litigation – A Detailed Process
The process for an investor to participate in a non-U.S. group action differs from that of a traditional “opt-out” class action common to the United States. While the mechanisms for non-U.S. group securities litigation vary between jurisdictions, the process for an investor to participate is rather standard.
Participation in a foreign group action often requires more involvement by the firm and its legal counsel, so having a resource dedicated to addressing foreign litigation is crucial.
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Fulfilling a Fiduciary Duty through Impartiality – Securities Class Action Monitoring
Institutions have a strong fiduciary duty to actively track securities litigation, in the U.S. and across the globe. While recovering damages caused by corporate financial malfeasance is beneficial to a fund, becoming actively involved in securities litigation can be a daunting experience.
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