The SCA Risk Tool relies on the court-approved event study methodology to identify adverse corporate events that expose Public Companies to Securities Class Action Litigation
SCA RISK TOOL
The SCA Risk Tool is used to quantify securities class action (SCA) risk of any U.S.-listed Corporation on a near-real time basis to enhance data-driven insurance and equity investment decisions.
The SCA Risk Tool delivers a substantive company-specific risk assessment to accurately identify adverse corporate events that expose U.S.-listed corporations to risk of SCA litigation. Adverse corporate events that have materialized during the applicable statute of limitations may trigger indemnifiable securities claims for alleged violations of Rule 10b-5 of the Exchange Act and/or Section 11 of the Securities Act. The SCA Risk Tool is designed based on the court-approved event-study methodology to accurately assess and quantify potential stock price impact from adverse corporate events that may lead to high severity securities claims.
Quantify and assess the SCA risk of any U.S.-listed corporation to make data-driven insurance coverage and equity investment decisions based on adverse corporate events that may substantiate a high-stakes private securities fraud class action.