Wexler Wallace has catapulted itself to the forefront of seeking redress and the recovery of assets lost.
Recovering Lost Assets
Fraudulent practices in some of the world’s largest corporations are frequently reported. Unfortunately, the lack of regulation and oversight has led to corrupt corporate leadership, lack of transparency of the risks of significant investments and repeated securitization of the same bad investments.
Wexler Wallace has committed its resources to helping pension plans, governments and others in need to recover assets lost from the weakness of mortgage-backed securities, auction rate securities, credit swaps, derivative swaps and overextended securities lending programs.
Our firm is a member of the National Association of State Treasurers and is continually involved in institutional finance and investment conferences. This has allowed Wexler Wallace to catapult itself to the forefront of seeking redress and the recovery of assets lost in recent months through the gross negligence and the breaches of fiduciary duties owed by those in whom institutional investors placed their trust and confidence.
Ensuring Full Disclosure and Transparency
Securities litigation can often result in changes to corporate governance and policies designed to prevent future misconduct. The importance of this work, therefore, cannot be overstated. Wexler Wallace seeks to ensure that corporate officers and directors fulfill their responsibilities with regard to full disclosure and transparency to those buying and selling their securities, and also ensures that our capital markets truly reflect the accurate information that should underlie every commercial transaction.