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By Nick BrownWASHINGTON, April 26 (Reuters) - An adviser to Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rossello said on Wednesday the distressed U.S. ...
With the automatic freeze on litigations provided by PROMESA ending, various bondholder groups will seek to protect their interests by filing suits...
March 19 (Reuters) - Puerto Rico´s so-called COFINA bondholders allege that around $3.5 billion of the island´s general obligation (G.O.) debt is ...
Law360, New York (August 7, 2017, 7:28 PM EDT) -- Hedge fund Aurelius Capital Management, a significant stakeholder in Puerto Rico's historic ...
Big transformations are anticipated for the Department of Economic Development and Commerce of Puerto Rico and the Department of Family Affairs
NEW YORK Puerto Rico's benchmark general obligation debt price fell to a record low on Tuesday in light trading as the prospect of a drawn-out...
SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico – The Puerto Rico government is offering to pay its senior creditors around 50 cents on the dollar as part of efforts to...
Puerto Rico on Wednesday filed for a form of bankruptcy protection, bumping aside Detroit for the title of the largest municipal insolvency case in U...
A U.S. lawmaker Tuesday urged Puerto Rico Governor Ricardo Rossello to honor a $9 billion debt restructuring agreement tied to the island's...
Motivations behind the documents required by a committee of creditors and the Oversight Board
Stockton bankruptcy judge among five tapped to mediate Puerto Rico debt ... Puerto Rico, the U.S. territory with $70 billion of debt and a 45 percent...
The board took some control away from local government, which has prompted protests from Puerto Ricans, who say the board - which has been ...
Puerto Rico's entry into court protection ends a chaotic period of lawsuits and defaults. But the process likely won't satisfy everyone. A...
The Government has settled on a mediator to “privately” negotiate with bondholders
Long before Hurricane Maria left millions on the island without power or water, Puerto Rico was battling a financial crisis years in the making...