With the continued expansion of non-U.S. securities litigation, more institutions are asking questions around losses. How are they calculated? Why do they differ? What do they mean? How can we use them when making participation decisions?
These unknowns are establishing uncertainty in the marketplace and difficulties comprehending the factors that should be considered when registering for cases. Investors must understand the methods being used, their legal and factual predicates, and how vulnerable loss estimates will be to factual and legal challenges by defendants.
Attend our webinar as FRT's Mike Lange, Chris Looby, and Emily Fortin, share insights into:
Understanding Your Losses - the three different types, why they matter, and how they should best be calculated for comparison purposes
Uncertainty of Loss Estimates - similarities and differences of losses among countries including the United States, Australia, Japan and other Non-U.S. jurisdictions
Investor Participation - how investors should use loss estimates when deciding whether to register
Mike Lange, Senior Vice President of Worldwide Litigation, Financial Recovery Technologies
Chris Looby, Director of Operations, Financial Recovery Technologies
Emily Fortin, Associate Counsel, Financial Recovery Technologies
More institutions are now asking how their losses should best be calculated for comparison
purposes. The answer is estimated Inflationary Losses. Understanding why requires an appreciation of the
differences between Market Loss, Recognized Loss, and Inflationary Loss.