Kuwait’s Global Investment Will Meet Bondholders on April 24
Global Investment House KSCC, a Kuwaiti investment bank that reorganized $1.73 billion of debt in 2009, said it will meet bondholders on April 24 as part of the restructuring process.
There will be separate meetings in Kuwait City with holders of its 50 million-dinar ($180 million) bond and of its 45 million-dinar bond, the bank said in a statement distributed on the Regulatory News Service.
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