Argentina's Debt: Will the IMF Blink?
In the politically charged world of emerging-market debt restructurings, Peter Allen is no novice. As Bank of America's director of Latin America research, the 46-year old economist led talks with Argentina, Brazil, and Uruguay as those nations negotiated to restructure their debts under the so-called Brady Plan -- the system of rescheduled payments and economic reforms first laid out in 1989 under the auspices of then-U.S. Treasury Secretary Nicholas F. Brady. Now an independent consultant, Allen is the special adviser to the Argentina Bondholders Committee, which represents institutional investors holding $7.5 billion in defaulted bonds.
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