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In the second part of his feature examining the “predictable uncertainties” in any eventual restructuring of Venezuela’s debt, Steven Kargman of Kargman Associates looks at the role China and Russia have to play as major bilateral creditors of Venezuela, and details the importance of oil price projections for any future debt sustainability analysis.
11 June 2020
In the first of a two-part feature, Steven Kargman, founder and president of the eponymous New York-based international restructuring advisory firm Kargman Associates, examines the “predictable uncertainties” that will be key to any future Venezuelan debt restructuring.
10 June 2020
Swedish oil refiner Nynas said it hopes to exit its administration process after the US announced it had removed sanctions imposed on the company last year under the Venezuela Sanctions Regulations.
14 May 2020
Venezuela’s state oil company PDVSA has asked a New York court to declare a tranche of its notes due in 2020 as unenforceable and to prevent any seizure of its Texas-based oil refiner Citgo.
30 October 2019
Venezuelan companies that were worth US$1 billion 20 years ago, can now be bought for US$55 million, according to GCG Advisors managing partner Jose Gonzales. “If you want to take the risk, there should be plenty of opportunity.”
01 August 2019
The “astonishing” diversity of Venezuela’s US$150 billion debt pile means its potential sovereign debt workout will be unlike any seen before, the opposition government’s adviser Lee Buchheit has said, as he raised scepticism about state oil company PDVSA entering Chapter 15 bankruptcy in the US.
11 July 2019
Lee Buchheit, former Cleary Gottlieb Steen & Hamilton partner and newly appointed strategic advisor to the Venezuelan opposition, will deliver the keynote at Latin Lawyer - GRR's 4th Annual Restructuring Summit, which will be held on 11 July at Paul Hastings' office in New York.
18 June 2019
Canadian mining company Crystallex, which is undergoing CCAA proceedings in Toronto, has received US$500 million from Venezuela as partial payment for an arbitral award, under a deal allowing the state to keep hold of its national oil company’s US refining subsidiary.
29 November 2018
A Texas-based fuel refiner owned by Venezuelan state oil company PDVSA has told a Delaware court there is “no good reason” why the planned sale of its US parent company should go ahead.
27 September 2018
Political instability has damaging implications for Brazil’s Petrobras and Venezuela’s PDVSA, panellists agreed at the Latin Lawyer-GRR Live Restructuring Summit, as they also expressed concern for the future of Mexico’s Pemex.
03 July 2017
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