[INFOGRAPHIC] Five Ways To Improve Your Shareholder Class Action Reporting

Shareholder class actions represent both challenges and potential opportunities for institutional investors. Many firms may or may not have a system in place to address the growing complexities of the global securities class action landscape, however the ability to track the claims filing process from start to finish will ensure your firm recovers everything for which it is entitled and eligible.

As firms come under heightened scrutiny to demonstrate their value and worth to their clients, here are five tips to improve your class action reporting and help you better monitor potential recovery opportunities in shareholder class action settlements.

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Founded in 2008, Financial Recovery Technologies (FRT) is a leading technology-based services firm that helps the investment community identify eligibility, file claims and collect funds made available in securities and other class action settlements. Offering the most comprehensive range of claim filing and monitoring services available, we provide best-in-class eligibility analysis, disbursement auditing and client reporting, and deliver the highest level of accuracy, accountability and transparency available. For more information, go to www.frtservices.com.

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