Special EMTA Seminar:
Argentina: Pros and Cons
Friday, November 5, 2010
360 Madison Avenue, 17th Floor, New York City
(between 5th and Madison, entrance on 45th Street)
11:45 a.m. Registration
12:00 noon – 2:00 p.m. Panel Discussion
(Lunch will be served)
Guillermo Mondino (Barclays Capital) – Moderator
Arturo Porzecanski (American University) – Presenter
Hans Humes (Greylock Capital Management) – Panelist
Patrick Esteruelas (Moody’s Investors Service) – Panelist
Javier Kulesz (UBS) – Panelist
Argentina’s state and local governments have returned to the international capital markets this year and have raised almost $2 billion so far. With the completion of its second exchange offer, the Republic has now rescheduled 92% of the principal left over from its 2001 default, and its return to the international bond markets can only be a matter of time. Is Argentina well-positioned to be received by the international financial community as a creditworthy borrower or does the Republic still have hurdles that it needs to clear? This Panel presentation will begin with the highlights of a briefing paper written by Prof. Porzecanski, "Argentina: Should It Be Welcomed Back?", which will be available for distribution to attendees.
This presentation is part of a continuing series of panels and presentations that EMTA is pleased to sponsor on various topics of interest to Emerging Markets investors and other market participants.
Views expressed by the moderator, the presenter or the panelists are their own and do not necessarily reflect those of EMTA or of any of its member firms.
EMTA members: US$50 / Non-members: US$295 / Credentialed Media: Complimentary