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For Opt-In actions (outside the US, Canada, and passive jurisdictions), investors must actively opt-in to participate in group actions while weighing class action recovery risks and opportunities. Financial Recovery Technologies is here to help. Our Opt-In Service is designed to meet the growing demand for research and analysis on non-US settlement recovery opportunities, by providing unbiased analysis and facilitation of potential recoveries. With our global expertise and class action experience, we enable institutional investors to make timely informed participation decisions to opt-in litigations and support them throughout the joining process.
“We Cannot Direct the Wind, But We Can Adjust the Sails”
- Cora L. V. Hatch (1859)
In December 2021, the first securities “class action” in the People’s Republic of China (PRC) against Kangmei Pharmaceutical Co., Ltd. (Kangmei) and its...
In a setback for global FOREX (FX) investors seeking compensation for losses not covered by the $2B US class action settlement, on March 31, 2022, the UK Competition Appeal Tribunal (CAT) ruled that collective proceedings (i.e. their equivalent to US class...
Case Spotlight: Steinhoff Settlement Approaching Final Approval
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Steinhoff International Holdings NV (“SIHNV”) is a global investment company that engaged in the manufacture and retail of furniture, household goods, and clothing. Steinhoff Internal Holdings Proprietary Limited...
Five Tips for More Profitable Engagements in Non-US Opt-In Opportunities
In response to my earlier piece, Five Reasons Why Investors Need a Non-US Opt-In Service, a client noted that investors who register early, as recovery efforts get organized, can pay higher fees and costs than those filing claims later at time of settlement....
Five Reasons Investors Need a Non-US Opt-In Service
Investors often ask if they need an outside vendor for non-US opt-in service. After all, past settlements like Fortis and the upcoming one with Steinhoff have included investors that did not previously sue or join Foundation efforts against company...
Many holiday traditions come from Germany and Austria including the song Silent Night (1818), the Advent Calendar, and Kris Kringle or Weihnachtsmann (Father Christmas). To these, we add a new one: document demands.
The holidays are already stressful...
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On June 25, 2020, Wirecard AG filed for liquidation in one of Germany’s biggest financial scandals to date. Wirecard was a nearly $6B financial services company. Beginning in May 2019 the Financial Times published a...
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