Bargain Shares: Exploiting information voids

The share price of litigation claims processor Anexo may not reflect its full value, as investors appear not to have fully factored in Volkswagen’s £193mn out-of-court settlement for the Therium class action brought against the German carmaker by 91,000 emission scandal claimants. Indeed, an out-of-court settlement looks a racing certainty for Anexo’s own action against VW (on behalf of 13,000 claimants) well before January’s court date.

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Government hunkers down in standoff with Sulu Sultan’s heirs

The standoff between the heirs of the late Sultan of Sulu and the Malaysian government over the US$14.92 billion Therium-backed claim over unpaid yearly leases continues to make the headlines, with former attorney general Tan Sri Tommy Thomas saying last week that the award is “completely illegitimate”.

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Special Report: The Sulu heirs’ claims – A thorn in Malaysia’s side

There is supposedly an immense amount of wrangling behind the scenes of the US$14.92 billion claim and ongoing dispute between the eight heirs of the late Sultan of Sulu and the Malaysian government, and the Therium-backed claim couldn’t have happened at a worse time for the country amid its unstable political situation.

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