FRT Insights: Global Securities Class Action Landscape – 2023 Mid-Year Review
Download our proprietary report analyzing the mid-year 2023 global recovery landscape.
By understanding historical data and the current environment, institutional investors and the legal professionals advising them can make informed predictions about the...
FRT Insights Webinar: Global Securities Class Action Landscape – Mid-Year in Review
On Thursday, July 20, Mike Lange, Esq., SVP of Worldwide Litigation; Emily Fortin, Esq., Director of Legal Operations and Counsel; and Colin Holmes, Esq., Associate Counsel, looked back on the first half of 2023 and preview recovery trends that investors...
Financial Recovery Technologies Selected by BNY Mellon’s Asset Servicing Business to Power its Settled Class Actions Recovery Program
MEDFORD, Mass, April 21, 2023 – Financial Recovery Technologies (FRT), the leading global securities class actions recovery provider, today announced it will power the North American class action filing and recovery service for BNY Mellon’s custody...
FRT successfully challenges a client’s initial “Ineligible Security” rejection from the administrator
FRT Success: As part of FRT’s process, we review deficiencies and challenge claims administrators when we believe they have incorrectly rejected a claim. FRT received an “Ineligible Security” rejection notice for a claim on an account for a $4b+...
Case Study: US Hedge Fund Switches from In-House to FRT for their Class Action Recovery
US HEDGE FUND SWITCHES FROM IN-HOUSE TO FINANCIAL RECOVERY TECHNOLOGIES FOR THEIR CLASS ACTION RECOVERY
Analysis reveals over $2m in missed recovery opportunities. $1.2m recovered within the first six months.
Prior Filing Strategy: Client managed...
Jumping on the SPAC train? Not so fast. Securities litigation is on the rise.
While the last two years will likely be remembered mainly for the COVID-19 pandemic ravaging the globe, many in the financial space will also remember this time as the rise of Special Purpose Acquisition Companies, more commonly referred to as SPACs. The...
PG&E’s reorganization has raised client interest in recovery efforts in bankruptcy court. It’s an example of a ‘non-standard’ matter, a third category of recovery efforts that’s grown in recent years. This blog explains the term and the need for...
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