[Op-ed] 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.
In the 19 November 2020’s issue of Financial Standard, Sean Cookson, VP and Managing Director – APAC at Financial Recovery Technologies, highlights the importance of ensuring all class action settlement funds are returned back to investors as part of the fiduciary duty of those entrusted with managing other people’s money.
Click here to read Sean Cookson’s op-ed.
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