Our technology consolidates data from across your ecosystem – custodians, in-house systems, and technology providers – to give you a consolidated global view of your class actions landscape, across instruments and jurisdictions; simplifying monitoring, filing, and recovery.
Global Securities Class Action Landscape: 2021 Year in Review & 2022 Outlook
The global recovery landscape continues to rapidly evolve. Last year, filings were down worldwide due in part to the pandemic, but recoveries were up. As we look to 2022, what trends will continue to impact the securities litigation space and what's next...
[ WEBINAR ] FRT Insights: A Dialogue with Jeremy Hill, Group General Counsel, Universities Superannuation Scheme Ltd.
As the largest private pension scheme in the UK, Universities Superannuation Scheme (USS) has taken a proactive approach to managing their shareholder litigation opportunities. Attend our on-demand webinar as Jeremy Hill, Group General Counsel at USS and Rob...
Leading pension funds agree on importance of securities litigation monitoring
Panel of industry experts review fiduciary duty to actively track global securities litigation for institutional investors
A panel comprised of past and present legal representatives from several leading U.S. pension funds, during a webinar hosted by...
Pension funds most likely to opt out, particularly in high-settlement cases
While one of the key reasons to utilize a third-party securities class action service provider is to monitor and identify opportunities to recover damages from a class action settlement, opting out is another potential avenue institutional investors can take....
Public pensions take the reins as lead plaintiffs in securities class actions
Does cash rule all or is it duty to their customers that is driving pensions to take the lead in class action litigation? Last year, public pensions served as lead plaintiff in 49% of settled cases, while only 6% participated as a lead plaintiff in 2003....
Securities class action settlement services benefit more than just institutional investors
The total number of securities class action lawsuits has been rising steadily. Every year, more and more settlement dollars are made available for affected investors to recover, yet the majority of the beneficial owners fail to file claims. While individuals...
Our comprehensive suite of solutions streamlines the full claims management process from monitoring, to filing, to recovery – so you can focus on your clients.
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With our robust controls and actionable insights designed to help you meet your fiduciary responsibilities.
Navigate Complex Litigations
Our in-house legal team is here to advise you in claims outside traditional class action litigation, even in the most complex jurisdictions.
Our Asset Owner Experience
“The best thing about working with FRT is that you are an extension of our team. You consistently go above and beyond what we have asked for.”
– General Counsel Office of Top U.S. Public Pension Fund
FRT works with 6 of the top 10
largest US public pension funds
“I think processing Class Actions is a commodity but what really sets FRT apart is the people and the client service – I don’t have to worry about anything and the team is proactive and great to work with.”
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