Bondholders express frustration with Suriname

Bondholders express frustration with Suriname

Corporate & Sovereign Strategy Economy & Policy Bonds Debt Fixed Income Suriname

Bondholders are frustrated by a lack of openness and engagement from the government of Suriname, but they still agreed to a third request from the country to defer payments on 2023 and 2026 bonds, a source close to the negotiations told LatinFinance. A group of creditors that holds 22% of Suriname's commercial debt stock understands that the new government's low institutional capacity could be an underlying cause, but it thinks the government could make a greater effort at transparency, the sour

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