Testing the System

Testing the System

Corporate & Sovereign Strategy

Argentina's financial collapse and global recession are testing the solvency of highly leveraged companies in Latin America and regional corporate defaults are certain to grow. Despite a decade of reform, the judicial systems of many Latin American countries still lag far behind the US and Europe when it comes to bankruptcy procedures. Unlike the 1980s Latin American debt crisis, which ended with the Brady plan that restructured sovereign loans into bonds backed by the US Treasury, debt crises in Latin America now are likely to involve a much larger volume of debt from the private sector and by association, equity and bond investors. Bankruptcy reforms of the past decade in Lat

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