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Class Action Participation Bound Up in Fiduciary Duty

Australia is the second most active jurisdiction in the world for securities class actions, but millions of dollars are being left unclaimed by asset owners. Leaving money on the table shouldn’t be the outcome for investors. For an asset owner, knowing if there are funds available to be returned from a class action can be almost impossible without dedicated resources. Continue Reading

Antitrust Cases – Opportunity for Institutional Investors in Australia

Participation in Antitrust class actions is complicated. They require an in-depth understanding of the ubiquitous nature of interest rates, how they might impact your portfolio, and how long you’ve been investing in instruments tied to these rates. While participation can be difficult, it could mean significant recovery dollars to those who are willing to pull up their sleeves. In the Continue Reading

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