Identify eligibility, file claims and collect funds made available in North American securities class action settlements
Streamline Your Class Actions Recovery
Every year, billions of dollars in settlement funds are distributed to eligible shareholders as a result of securities class action lawsuits in the US and Canada.
Our Settled Recovery Service manages the claims filing process from start to finish, with every step handled by a team of securities class action experts. With our advanced recovery technology platform, expert processes, and experienced professionals, we will:
Identify all eligible security positions
Precisely calculate recognized loss
Handle payment to investors
Conduct disbursement audits
Generate and disseminate all necessary client reports
Five Key Takeaways from the On-Demand Webinar: Developing a Securities Litigation Claims Recovery Strategy
Watch the full webinar here: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/4732430420704896606
Why asset owners should have a securities litigation claims recovery policy.
Fiduciary Responsibility: A well-developed policy is good fiduciary practice,...
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...
The Overlooked Importance of US Securities Class Actions for Non-US Investors
Each year, more than 200 securities class actions are filed in US federal courts. About 20% of these are against companies domiciled outside the US. Potential recoveries from these suits are obviously important to eligible non-US investors. However, there are...
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...
Case Spotlight: Wells Fargo – The Importance of Case Pace on Settlements
On May 16, 2023, the court granted preliminary approval for a $1B settlement of the securities class action against Wells Fargo. If approved, it will be the 17th largest to date.
Besides the settlement size, this outcome is notable for the speed with which...
FRT Insights Report: Analyzing the Administration of Class Action Settlement Funds
Administering claims is an integral part of the securities litigation proceedings that gets little attention relative to the legal aspects of cases and settlement values. Claims administrators are the entities responsible for identifying and notifying...
Case Spotlight: Will the proposed Kraft Heinz settlement ‘cut the mustard’ with investors?
Hot dog! On May 11, 2023, the court granted preliminary approval of a $450 million cash settlement of the securities class action against Kraft Heinz, maker of many favorite food brands. That’s a lot of cheddar and if approved, will rank 41 on the list of...
A seamless claims filing process - from start to finish
Scour industry data sources to identify all cases and to ensure that every possible filing can be made
Analyze, format and match your trading history against FRT’s proprietary database to ensure that all relevant matches are evaluated against open class action cases and that filings are properly prepared
Prepare and submit filings to claims administrators and conduct pre-filing analysis on behalf of our customers
Recover funds, verify accuracy and remit funds to our clients
Provide detailed distribution reports that provide a complete accounting and audit trail
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