Sovereign Debt Restructuring: Private Sector Reaction to Current Proposals (NYC) - Nov. 5 EMTA Special Seminar: Sovereign Debt Restructuring: Private Sector Reaction to Current Proposals (NYC) - Nov. 5 Private Sector Reaction to Current Proposals (NYC) - Nov. 5
EMTA Special Seminar: Sovereign Debt Restructuring: Private Sector Reaction to Current Proposals (NYC) - Nov. 5
Location: New York City
Description:

EMTA SPECIAL SEMINAR: SOVEREIGN DEBT RESTRUCTURING: PRIVATE SECTOR
REACTION TO CURRENT PROPOSALS

Tuesday, November 5, 2013  

EMTA
360 Madison Avenue, 17th Floor
(on 45th St. between Madison and 5th Aves.)
New York
 

11:45 a.m. – Registration 

12:15 p.m. – 2:15 p.m. Panel Discussion

Charles Blitzer (Blitzer Consulting) - Moderator
Tim DeSieno (Bingham McCutchen)
Gerardo Rodriguez (BlackRock)
Jay Newman (Elliott Management Corporation)
Rashique Rahman (Morgan Stanley) 

Support for this event provided by Bingham McCutchen and Morgan Stanley.  

A Light Lunch will be provided 

After the IMF’s withdrawal of its proposal a decade ago for a Sovereign Debt Restructuring Mechanism (SDRM), and the adoption of the IIF's Principles for 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. 

Today's panel of leading private sector practitioners will provide their own views on the current sovereign debt restructuring architecture and on the various proposals to reform it. 

This Special Seminar is the second in a three-part EMTA series of panels on sovereign debt, the international architecture to restructure it and proposed reforms. Our third panel on December 18 will endeavor to summarize the official sector and private sector positions and articulate a sensible path forward. 

Attendance is US$75 for EMTA Members / US$495 for non-members / This Seminar is closed to the press. 

REGISTRATION FOR THIS EVENT THROUGH THE WEBSITE IS NOW CLOSED, HOWEVER, YOU MAY CLICK HERE TO REGISTER BY EMAIL.