Stamford, CT — Battea Class Action Services, LLC, global experts in litigation research, data auditing and monitoring, claims filing, and settlement recovery, is proud to announce its Chairman, Peter Kilbinger Hansen, has been appointed to The Council of Institutional Investors (CII) 2018 Markets Advisory Council (MAC). The 2018 MAC will advise the CII Board and staff on investment, legal, financial reporting and other trends.
CII Executive Director Ken Bertsch, commented “CII is pleased that Peter Kilbinger Hansen of Battea will serve on CII’s Markets Advisory Council for 2018. Members are appointed by the CII board, and provide the board and staff valuable advice on policy, market trends and programming.”
About Battea – Class Action Services, LLC
Battea – Class Action Services, LLC is a global leader and expert in all stages of asserting and processing settlement claims in connection with antitrust and securities litigation and a leading provider of securities class action settlement recoveries for institutional investors. Utilizing proprietary technology, Battea maximizes settlement award recoveries across all asset classes for hundreds of institutional clients and its global, full-service solution manages the complex claims filing process combining accuracy and unparalleled transparency. Battea has augmented its professional staff assembling many of the foremost international financial technology experts and data security technologists, former claims administrators, financial industry experts, securities litigation analysts and econometric experts. The company has been a leader in the space for nearly 20 years and serves more than 700 institutions around the world, including many of the world’s biggest banks, hedge funds, and buy-side investors.
About The Council of Institutional Investors (CII)
The Council of Institutional Investors (CII) is a nonprofit, nonpartisan association of corporate, public and union employee benefit funds and endowments with a focused policy mission: to be the leading voice for effective corporate governance practices for U.S. companies and strong shareowner rights and protections. CII has more than 120 General Members with combined assets that exceed $3 trillion. In addition, our Associate Members include more than 50 asset management firms that manage assets in excess of $20 trillion.