Organisation: International Monetary Fund

UK court orders Argentina to pay up in sovereign debt dispute

As Argentina faces its “worse crisis in decades”, the state has been ordered to pay a €309 million (US$336 million) bond to appeal a judgment awarded to four funds owning GDP-linked securities, with the court citing the republic’s previously “uniquely recalcitrant” behaviour in other foreign proceedings.

26 February 2024

Lessons from Argentina’s Default on its International Sovereign Debt

Featured in The Guide to Restructuring - Third Edition

Argentina has undergone two sovereign debt restructuring processes, from which it has learned some valuable lessons. It remains to be seen how the performance of the restructured bonds held by private bondholders develops in the coming years.

20 October 2023

Argentina secures loan from Qatar to make IMF repayment

US firm White & Case LLP and Marval O'Farrell Mairal in Buenos Aires have helped the State of Qatar provide a US$775 million loan to the Argentine government, which will use the proceeds to make repayments on an existing loan it has with the International Monetary Fund (IMF).

25 August 2023

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