Recognized Loss

More Than Just a Number

Accurately interpreting the plan of allocation and correctly calculating recognized loss (RL) is often more difficult than it may seem, but may be the most important elements of the class action claim filing process. Without an accurate RL calculation, it's impossible to validate that the payments received from a claims administrator are correct; and without precisely interpreting the plan of allocation, one cannot calculate an accurate RL.

Watch our on-demand webinar as Chris Looby, Director of Operations at FRT, shares insights into:

  • Calculating damages in Securities Class Actions

  • Importance of recognized loss (RL) in the claims filing process

  • The relationship between Recognized Loss and Recovery Amount

  • Why FRT calculates recognized loss (RL)


 Chris Looby, Director of Operations, Financial Recovery Technologies



FRT’s Securities Class Action Recovery Overview Whitepaper 

"Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipiscing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna Class action settlements are one of many possible end results from law suits filed on behalf of investors who claim a financial loss in a particular stock. Recent trends indicate that the number of securities class actions will continue to rise, with a steady stream of litigation increasing with the pool of available recovery funds.  

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FRT Claims Filing

Every year, millions of dollars in settlement funds are distributed to eligible shareholders as a result of securities class action lawsuits. Institutional investors hold fiduciary responsibility to keep up to date on lawsuits involving investments they made on behalf of their clients.

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