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New Developments 2002

November 15, 2002


On Monday, November 18, EMTA's New York office will be relocating to our new offices (together with ISDA and TBMA) at 360 Madison Ave., 18th Floor, New York, NY 10017-7111. All individual phone and fax numbers are changing; please use the new general number 646-637-9100 for voice, 646-637-9128 for fax. Staff e-mail addresses remain the same.  

November 13, 2002

Brady Bond Holiday Schedule for US Thanksgiving Holiday. 

November 12, 2002

EMTA Announces 3Q 2002 Debt Trading Volume Stood at US$670 Billion. 

October 30, 2002

Brady Bond Holiday Schedule for US Veterans Day Holiday. 

The Fiscal Agent has Confirmed that the November 15 Payment Amount Relating to Nigeria Warrants is Zero.  

October 25, 2002

Emerging Markets Charity Benefit Scheduled for December 5, 2002 (following EMTA's Annual Meeting). 

For Information on the FTO Trade Debt Restructuring, visit the Russia Ministry of Finance Website at 

October 21, 2002

New Nigeria Market Practicesfor the Separate Trading of USD Par Bonds and their Related Payment Adjustment Warrants, together with a Revised Primer.

October 17, 2002

Private Sector Representatives Speak Out Against SDRM and in Favor of Marketable Contractual Alternative at IIF Conference in London. 

  • EMTA's Position Regarding the Quest for More Orderly Sovereign Work-Outs. 
  • "Can We Break the Crisis Cycle for Emerging Markets?" Remarks of Jacques de Larosière, BNP Paribas.  
  • "Current Proposals for Sovereign Debt Restructuring - Do We Really Need a Two-Track Approach?" David C. Mulford, CSFB. 
  • Remarks of Michael M. Chamberlin, EMTA. 

EMTA Announces Annual Meeting to be Held on Thursday, December 5, 2002. 

October 15, 2002

Panelists at EMTA's Fall Forum Agree Outlook for Brazil Challenging...but Not Unmanageable.
Click Here  for a transcript of the panel.

October 11, 2002

Primer on Nigeria Payment Adjustment Warrants. 

October 08, 2002

Poland Redeems PDI Bonds on October 28. 

Brady Bond Holiday Schedule for US Columbus Day Holiday.