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White & Case is advising a group of bondholders who have filed a suit against the Argentine province of Buenos Aires over its continuing defaults, while Holland & Knight and DLA Piper have helped the province of Jujuy restructure US$210 million worth of foreign debt.
31 March 2021
European finance ministers have agreed to a long-awaited reform of the EU’s bailout fund, giving it greater powers over future bailout programs and introducing single-limb collective action clauses to override holdout bondholders.
04 December 2020
Lawyers who worked on Argentina’s US$65 billion international debt restructuring reflect on the challenges and achievements of the deal, highlighting the activation of collective action clauses as a key ingredient for its successful outcome.
28 September 2020
Hogan Lovells partner Evan Koster and associate Juan Moreno investigate the use of aggregated collective action clauses in the recent restructurings of Ecuador and Argentina, describing them as an “important development” in the restructuring process of sovereigns.
23 September 2020
In the third part of his feature examining Argentina’s “quest for the moral high ground” in its recent restructuring negotiations, Steven Kargman of Kargman Associates looks at the role played by some of the world’s leading academics and Argentina’s position on debt sustainability and collective action clauses.
16 September 2020
Argentine lawyers are buoyant that the government’s two-day old deal with holders of the country’s foreign bonds will get the required approval numbers, and mark the country’s return to international capital markets.
06 August 2020
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