NCPERS’ Webinar Replay: Understanding Shareholder Loss Estimates in Non-U.S. Securities Litigation

National Conference on Public Employee Retirement Systems (NCPERS) in association with Financial Recovery Technologies recently hosted a webinar (click here to watch the on-demand) on ‘Understanding Shareholder Loss Estimates in Non-U.S. Jurisdictions.’

FRT’s Mike Lange, Chris Looby, and Emily Fortin join NCPERS’ Hank Kim to discuss the similarities and differences of estimating losses among countries including the United States, Australia, Japan and other Non-U.S. jurisdictions. Watch the replay here.

With the continued expansion of non-U.S. securities litigation, more institutions are asking questions around losses. How are they calculated? Why do they differ? What do they mean? How can we use them when making participation decisions? To help investors better understand the methods being used, we have prepared a series of thought leadership:

Click here to watch the on-demand replay and learn how these unknowns are establishing uncertainty in the marketplace as investors must appreciate that there’s no one “right” loss number. If you would like access to the slides, please contact your FRT Account Representative or email us at

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