Ensuring Your Non-US Recovery Program Harvests Low-Hanging Fruit
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Institutional investors express frustration at the slow pace and infrequent results from non-US recovery efforts. However, ‘low-hanging fruit’ opportunities with potentially quicker payouts do occur, and fiduciaries should ensure their governance programs monitor for these situations and, when eligible, prioritize their consideration. Below we define this term and offer examples to help investors identify them in the future.
When evaluating matters, investors typically weigh the amount of any potential recovery against the risks and burdens of involvement. When the former significantly exceeds the latter, investors typically proceed absent contrary reasons. To focus internal team resources on the most meaningful opportunities, many institutions require their estimated losses to exceed pre-set minimum thresholds which are scaled to the specific risks and burdens of the legal systems in different jurisdictions.
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