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Chicago Clearing Corporation (CCC) is the securities and antitrust class action claims services specialist. Outsourcing to CCC eliminates the burden of claim filing, ensures you keep up with every potential recovery opportunity, and lets you focus on the real work of investing.
CCC was founded in 1992 to help ensure class members receive the settlement awards they deserve. For 29 years we have provided the best claim filing service and the best customer service in the industry. We continue to create new technologies and intuitive systems that serve investors wisely, and that maximize their recoveries in every settlement for which they are eligible. Please give us a call today to learn more.
“I could go on and on, but bottom line, the fees being charged are much less than what I was spending in house to file and this is just one less thing I have to spend time trying to figure out how to complete on a consistent basis. Dealing with the CCC staff has been a very positive thing.”
“We were spending countless hours on class action claims before we signed on with CCC in January. Matt Murray and their technical team ensured our data transmission was seamless and secure. We found everyone at CCC to be professional, courteous, and accommodating.”
“Signing with CCC has made a huge difference. Before, it was horrible. We had to print thousands of pieces of paper, invite clients to come in and sit down with us to show them where to find the transactions, how to input them into the Proof of Claim forms. Now it's simple. It’s very nice to be able to tell our client, “You can shred that Proof of Claim form because CCC has it taken care of.”
Registered Investment Advisor
“Your client reporting portal and customer service is the reason we chose Chicago Clearing. I send the data on an annual basis to CCC and they take it from there. My clients are protected (if there is a class action, it is getting filed), the Bank is protected (we are meeting our fiduciary obligation by filing the claims)."
Willis Towers Watson
Earlier this year Snap settled two parallel li... Read More
Chicago Clearing Corporation (CCC) cordially invites you to a webinar on international securities and antitrust litigations. On Monday, December 14, at 10:00 AM Central, CCC’s President and General Counsel Brian Blockovich will moderate a presentation by Guus Warringa, Director of Institutional Investor Relations at the law firm Grant & Eisenhofer, ... Read More
Morgan Stanley Fair Fund
Santander Consumer USA Holdings
Avon Products 2020
Quick facts about this settlement
Case name: Snap, Inc.
Settlement fund: $187.5 Million
Claim filing deadline: TBD
Class period: March 2, 2017 to August 10, 2017
Settlement notice packets will soon be hitting investors' mailboxes and inboxes for the $187.5 million Snap securities litigation.... Read More
Quick facts about this settlement
This week the first securities litigations to spring from the coronavirus crisis have arrived. It's of course expected that an event that has a negative impact on a stock price might soon produce a securities litigation. In recent years, nearly 10% of publicly traded companies are the targets of securities class action complaints each year. Even... Read More
Did you trade debt securities of government sponsored enterprises (aka GSE bonds) between 2009 and 2019? If so, you may be eligible to participate in an antitrust settlement.
Plaintiffs allege that the defendants (see full list below) conspired to fix prices of unsecured GSE bonds issued by Federal National Mortga... Read More
Settlement Fund: $149 Million
Class Period: 2/25/2016 – 9/15/2017
Class Description: all persons and entities who purchased or otherwise acquired publicly-traded Equifax common stock during the... Read More
Out of the hundreds of corporate scandals that begot securities class action litigations and SEC sanctions, the Wells Fargo fake account scandal has to be one of the most fascinating. Or disturbing, maddening, or even comical, depending on your temperment. Personally, I like "Orwellian."
In case you forget the details, (a lot has happened since Sept... Read More
Two bits of news about the $386.5 Million GSE Bonds Litigation: first, the claim filing deadline has been extended to February 28, 2020. (The objection deadline has likewise been extended to February 14.) Consider... Read More