Finanacial Recovery Technologies Partners with Innovest to Maximize Recoveries for Investors

By CIOReview | Monday, July 6, 2015

FREMONT, CA: Financial Recovery Technologies, a technology-based financial service firm, partners with Innovest, a provider of technology financial solutions, to provide world-class recovery services for the investors. Their partnership aims to deliver wide range of securities litigation monitoring and claim filing services, eligibility analysis, disbursement auditing and client reporting to its clients.

"We are pleased to partner with Innovest and look forward to servicing their trust and wealth management clients. Innovest is committed to the mindset of being forward-thinking, to which we at FRT can relate. We're excited to introduce this partnership and to provide our comprehensive solution to Innovest clients," said Rob Adler, President, Financial Recovery Technologies.

Innovest provides technology solutions for wealth management and works closely with securities operations, and information systems. The company provides solution to empower its clients to acquire new customers, invest assets effectively, manage trust and investment portfolios efficiently, and flexibility report results to customers.

Financial Recovery Technologies helps the investment community to identify eligibility, file claims and collect funds made available in securities class action settlements.  The company services are delivered accurately with accountability and transparency.

Securities litigation and class action settlements have become more complex as it used to be during the wake of financial and credit crisis in early 2000s. The onus goes to the firm to address the complex issue while dealing with clients and shareholders to maximize recoveries. Therefore, Innovest review and found the FRT to be accountable and transparent in serving clients. Innovest believe that FRT will deliver high level of service and provide efficient solutions to the clients in order to help them address their securities class action needs, according to the innovest reports.