FRT Opt-In Monitoring & Governance
make timely participation decisions
Unbiased analysis into Global Shareholder Litigations
How are you navigating the complex global securities litigation landscape? How are you weighing risks and opportunities in each jurisdiction?
In 2010, the U.S. Supreme Court decided in Morrison V. National Australia Bank that international claims must now be filed in the court system in their country of origin. That decision has significantly complicated the landscape of international claims recovery and will likely increase the number of group actions in jurisdictions that utilize a variety of legal mechanisms other than the traditional class action litigation.
FRT Global Group Litigation is designed to meet the growing demand for research and analysis on non-US settlement recovery opportunities by providing analysis and facilitation of potential recoveries from non-class action settlements for institutional investors.
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Lessons Learned from Recent Shareholder Litigation Cases Outside the United States
FRT Fact Sheet:
FRT Global Group Litigation Overview
Global Landscape Continues to Evolve in the Wake of Morrison Decision
Stay Informed of Every Global Opportunity
FRT’s global expertise and class action experience to help investors make informed participation decisions and support them throughout the joining process:
- Alerts with detailed case information for all active non-U.S. jurisdictions from FRT’s proprietary monitoring service
- Opportunity analysis detailing case eligibility and the required steps for each country and case organizer
- Insight into the group actions in different jurisdictions and the local players involved
- Case comparisons for actions with multiple competing organizers
- Actionable unbiased analysis to help you make an informed decision on your participation
- Access to FRT’s legal team for ongoing support and custom research
FRT's Opt-In Monitoring Process
FRT's Opt-In Monitoring service consists of a monitoring and research element paired with data analysis and participation support:
Monitor group litigation and settlement opportunities through our proprietary global network of litigation organizers and global case database
Identify recovery opportunities for which your firm is eligible based on normalized holding positions and trading data
FRT analyzes losses and damage calculations to help you make an independent decision regarding participation
FRT facilitates the case participation process and provides ongoing research and support
FRT monitors the status of the case and recovers funds
Recent Opt-In Shareholder Cases
is embroiled in the largest corruption scandal in
An investigation dubbed “Operation Car Wash” by
local Brazilian law enforcement authorities alleges
that former Petrobras executives falsely inflated
the value of construction projects for their own
profit and paid kickbacks to politicians.
an Australian multinational lending bank and
Australia’s largest ASX-listed company, is being
investigated for breaching the Corporations Act
by failing to keep investors informed of its violation
of the Anti-Money Laundering and
Counter-Terrorism Financing Act 2006 (AML/CTF).
entered into material agreements with UK regulatory
authorities in connection with past accounting
practices at Tesco Stores Ltd, and the August 29, 2014
dissemination of overstated profit expectations
by Tesco PLC. Under the terms of a deferred
prosecution agreement with the UK Serious Fraud
Office, Tesco Stores Ltd has agreed to pay a fine
of GBP 129 million to settle allegations of false
accounting from February-September 2014.