Libra constantly monitors the market, identifying cases of illegitimate conduct by banks, financial intermediaries, listed entities or issuers of securities.
Not all investment losses are the consequence of an incorrect or fraudulent action but when this happens, the investor has the right to be compensated for the loss suffered.
Libra carefully chooses the most relevant and well-founded cases, bearing all the costs and expenses incurred by the damaged investors for the recovery of the lost sums, without any risk.
We support our clients in all phases of the compensation, starting from the collection of necessary documentation, up to negotiation and eventually litigation.
Thanks to the extraordinary resources of Libra, we also assist large investors, asset managers and pension funds in recovering large losses, through both national and international actions and lawsuits.
We share the information and data with our clients and update them in real time on the progress of the recovery claim, from the opening of the case until the final outcome.
Libra shares with its clients the interest in obtaining rapid and fair recovery of the lost capital, funding all costs and retaining a share of the compensation only upon actual payment.
However, not all investments with a negative outcome provide the investor with the right to claim compensation.
All stages of the compensation procedure are shared with the investor who is constantly updated on the status of the case and must approve the conditions for recovery.
Libra constantly monitors the market and identifies cases of misconduct.
For each case with sound grounds for an effective recovery, Libra publishes the relative section on the portal. All companies that have subscribed to the newsletter are notified of the newest cases.
Clients interested in an investment recovery claim collects the documentation requested by Libra (e.g. securities dossier, movements, stamps, framework and investment contracts)
The documentation is examined by Libra experts, who assess its suitability and calculate an estimate of the compensable loss.
The clients are then free to decide whether to proceed with the recovery of the estimated damage, for which they do not bear any cost or risks.
Libra professionals prepare the documentation proving the damage and provide the evidence concerning the illegal conduct of the bank or the issuer.
The negotiations for the recovery of losses are then started.
Each subsequent phase, including litigation, is shared with our clients.
Having obtained the recovery of our clients’ losses, Libra receives a predetermined share of the amount recovered.
However, in case of negative outcome of the dispute, no compensation is due for the activity performed.
Before commencing negotiations or litigation, Libra may also take into consideration the assignment of credit, in which case the company concerned may directly and immediately receive a certain amount as recovery for their losses, while Libra bears all the remaining risks and costs for the recovery procedure.
Libra constantly monitors the latest provisions and the ongoing investigations of the Antitrust Authorities, seeking for new cases that could affect the Italian market.
Thanks to our international network of partners and affiliated offices, we provide access to justice to Italian companies damaged by foreign suppliers, which can claim compensation in all European and US jurisdictions.
We favor high-profile confidential negotiations, representing groups of buyers with the aim of obtaining fair compensation, without compromising the supply relationship, restoring, thus, trust in the supply chain.
Only in case of need, we proceed to court, hence hiring the best specialists in the sector, with no costs and risks for the damaged party.
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