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SOMPost – December 2020

December 1, 2020

Greetings! I hope this December finds you, your family and your colleagues well. As we close 2020, I want to extend my gratitude for making this recruiting season a success. Throughout this season, I have learned much about resiliency, turning chaos into opportunity, and about the goodwill...

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Argentina’s Path to Debt Relief from Private Creditors

December 1, 2020
On August 4, after a default, months of tense negotiations, and multiple deadline extensions, offers and counteroffers, Argentina and its private creditors reached an agreement to restructure $65 billion of dollar-denominated sovereign debt. The agreement will give the country $37.7 billion in debt relief over the next 10 years. Continue reading “Argentina’s Path to Debt Relief from Private Creditors”

SOMPost – December 2020

December 1, 2020

Greetings! I hope this December finds you, your family and your colleagues well. As we close 2020, I want to extend my gratitude for making this recruiting season a success. Throughout this season, I have learned much about resiliency, turning chaos into opportunity, and about the goodwill...

Continue reading “SOMPost – December 2020”

Argentina’s Path to Debt Relief from Private Creditors

December 1, 2020
On August 4, after a default, months of tense negotiations, and multiple deadline extensions, offers and counteroffers, Argentina and its private creditors reached an agreement to restructure $65 billion of dollar-denominated sovereign debt. The agreement will give the country $37.7 billion in debt relief over the next 10 years. Continue reading “Argentina’s Path to Debt Relief from Private Creditors”