eine weitere Reise nach New York steht an / es geht auch um die Einreihung unserer ArgentinienUrteile in die NachElliott-Schlange....ich nehme aber nur ausgewählte Kläger mit / firstname.lastname@example.org
EMTA is pleased to present "Sovereign Debt Restructuring: A Better Way Forward?"
This Special Seminar will be held on Wednesday, December 18, 2013, at EMTA’s offices at 360 Madison Avenue, 17th Floor, on 45th Street between Madison and 5th Aves., in New York City, beginning at 11:45 a.m., scheduled to end at 2:15 p.m., and a light lunch will be provided.
After the IMF’s proposal a decade ago for a Sovereign Debt Restructuring Mechanism (SDRM) was withdrawn, and the adoption of the IIF’s Principles of Stable Capital Flows and Fair Debt Restructuring and inclusion of collective action clauses (CACs) in EM bond issues, there have been various official sector and academic concerns about the existing mechanisms for restructuring sovereign bonds, particularly in response to developments in the European sovereign debt markets and pending litigation against Argentina.
On October 16, EMTA presented a panel of sovereign debt experts, who described a variety of current proposals, including those being discussed within the IMF, to reform aspects of the international architecture for restructuring sovereign bonds. On November 5, another panel, composed of leading private sector representatives, gave their views on these proposals.
Today’s panel will endeavor to summarize these proposals and the private sector’s reactions to them, and then articulate a sensible path forward.
Speakers will include:
Arturo Porzecanski (American University) – Moderator
Bruce Wolfson (Bingham McCutchen)
Robert Koenigsberger (Gramercy)
Hans Humes (Greylock Capital Management)
Ben Heller (Hutchin Hill Capital)
Support for this event provided by Bingham McCutchen.
This Special Seminar is the third in a five-part EMTA series of panels on sovereign debt, the international architecture to restructure it and proposed reforms.
Our fourth panel on January 13 in London, with a European emphasis, and fifth panel on January 16 in Washington, D.C., with a more political emphasis, will also endeavor to summarize these proposals and the private sector’s reactions to them, and then articulate a sensible path forward.
Registration fee for EMTA members is US$75 / Non-members is US$495 / Credentialed Media Complimentary.
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