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On 17 July 2019, the Italian Competition Authority (Autorità Garante della Concorrenza e del Mercato – “AGCM”) concluded an investigation, finding ...Read more
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Deminor has syndicated and advises a group of around 2,500 investors who invested, either directly or through financial intermediaries, in various funds with Ma...Read more
Deminor advises more than 13,000 private investors who have suffered losses following the disclosure of accounting fraud and the ensuing bankruptcy of Lernout e...Read more
On 12 December 2017, after months of negotiations, Deminor, Ageas SA/NV (‘Ageas’, formerly known as Fortis SA/NV) and other claimant groups entere...Read more
Clients of Deminor reached an in-court settlement before the Tokyo District Court on 26 December 2016 on the Olympus case, where they will recover 4...
Clients of Deminor reached an in-court settlement before the Tokyo District Court on 26 December 2016 on the Olympus case, where they will recover 45% of their recoverable losses for which they claimed compensation in the lawsuit. A group of more than 60 institutional investors syndicated by Deminor sought the reimbursement of damages for losses suffered following the revelation in 2011 of a decade-long fraudulent scheme at Olympus. The stock price lost more than half of its value following the announcement of accounting irregularities. Upon payment, this settlement represents the highest recovery thus far achieved by non-Japanese investors, relative to the amount of their claims, in any of the lawsuits settled so far by Olympus.
Deminor filed claims with the Madoff Victim Fund for more than 4,000 investors. These investors had collectively suffered more than USD 200m of loss...
Deminor filed claims with the Madoff Victim Fund for more than 4,000 investors. These investors had collectively suffered more than USD 200m of losses in connection with the Ponzi scheme run by the New York-based broker Bernard Madoff. The Madoff Victim Fund was set up by the U.S. Department of Justice to indemnify the victims of the Madoff fraud. As part of the filing process, investors needed to provide evidence for the existence of an investment chain between themselves and Bernard Madoff Investment Securities LLC. The filing process took around 4 years to completion and first distributions from the fund were made at the end of 2017.
2018, Cayman Islands
Deminor advised shareholders of Zhaopin, the operator of the leading online recruitment platform in the People’s Republic of China, in conn...
2018, Cayman Islands
Deminor advised shareholders of Zhaopin, the operator of the leading online recruitment platform in the People’s Republic of China, in connection with a merger proposed by its controlling shareholder SEEK International Investments Pty Ltd. Zhaopin has its operational headquarters in Beijing, China. The company’s shares were listed as American Depositary Shares in New York, and its registered office is in the Cayman Islands. As part of the merger, Deminor’s clients were forced to tender their shares against a cash payment. Deminor’s clients believed that the consideration offered for their shares was below fair value. Consequently, they filed a petition with the Grand Court of the Cayman Islands, where Zhaopin has its registered office, to have the court determine the shares’ fair value. In 2018, a settlement was reached.