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
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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