Market Monthly Newsletter: Danske Bank Investor Scandal; Securities & Antitrust Settlement Funds; Upcoming ADR Settlements

More Than $15 Billion Available to Eligible Investors

Nearly $6 billion dollars settled across the foreign exchange antitrust manipulation casesderivatives cases, and the Petrobras American Depository Shares (ADS) litigation. With billions in additional settlements expected in a number of pending antitrust cases, unprecedented amounts of settlement monies are and will continue to be available for distribution to eligible claimants.

The time to act is now! Battea provides a comprehensive analysis of your transaction history to ensure that your filings in all of these settlements are complete. In many instances, the same transactions may be eligible to be filed in more than one settlement, and therefore eligible to receive multiple settlement distributions.

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Featured Articles Include:

Danske Bank Investor Scandal

Notable Securities & Antitrust Settlement Funds

WHAT TO WATCH FOR: Upcoming ADR Settlements

Historical amounts of monies will be available to eligible investors in the foreign exchange rate-rigging and interest rate derivatives settlements. However, the extensive class period, determination of jurisdictional execution locations, lack of securities identifiers, a vast array of instruments, and complex loss calculations make recovering these losses a challenge.

Investors do not want to find themselves scrambling to gather data, deciphering settlement details, including their recovery opportunity, anonymity, and other related issues as the roll outs of the settlements quicken. In the recent CDS case, many claimants missed the boat or got short changed due to the lack of transparency to loss calculations, insufficient data production, and other various reasons.

As a global leader and expert in all stages of asserting and processing settlement claims in connection with antitrust and securities litigation, Battea has lead the space since 2001 and serves nearly 800 institutions around the world, including many of the world’s biggest banks, hedge funds, asset managers, pension funds, and buy-side investors. Our expertise is simply unmatched.