Recovery Solutions Capital was founded to assist investors in three special categories:

  1. Provide capital for liquidated funds
  2. Provide guaranteed recovery dollars for Opt-In claims
  3. Review current class action filing efforts to guarantee best practices

PROVIDE CAPITAL FOR LIQUIDATED FUNDS

When a firm liquidates a fund, there are three options to take in regards to class action filing:

  • Continue to monitor and file claims
  • Cease filing immediately
  • Sell the recovery rights to a third-party

There is not an industry standard practice, and each firm must determine what is best for their specific needs.

Recovery Solutions Capital walks through those options with investors, and if the decision to sell the recovery rights is chosen, will review the fund and put together a straight-forward bid to buy the recovery rights.

Provide guaranteed recovery dollars for Opt-In claims

Filing claims in Opt-In Cases does not guarantee a recovery.  Therefore, investors can choose to do the following:

  • File a claim
  • Do not file a claim
  • Sell the recovery rights to a third-party

Determining the appropriate action in an Opt-In Case is particularly subjective, and it is integral for investors to understand the ins and outs to decide upon the proper course of action.

Recovery Solutions Capital assists investors to review the nuances involved in this marketplace, and if the decision to sell the recovery rights is chosen, will review the claim and put together a straight-forward bid to buy the recovery rights.

Review current class action filing efforts to guarantee best practices

The Global Securities Litigation marketplace is ever-evolving, with both case and market particulars changing week to week.  Whether investors have chosen to file in-house, use a third-party filer, or their Custodian Bank (or a mix of all three), Recovery Solutions Capital partners with the investor to determine what is best for their firm.  This assistance can be a one-time review (such as an internal audit or a Vendor Due Diligence), a more complex vendor comparison (such as a RFP or RFI), or a continuous support throughout the year.

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