Author Archives: Amir
Posting some old stuff this week. —— In sovereign loan agreements there are several critical legal clauses that can impact how debt is treated in the case of a debt restructuring. Some of these terms do not receive much attention … Continue reading
In sovereign loan agreements there are several critical legal clauses that can impact how debt is treated in the case of a debt restructuring. Some of these terms do not receive much attention in the drafting process, but may have … Continue reading
I’ve been following the Greek Debt Negotiations and it’s been a really fascinating story. It’s amazing how much the derivatives market has complicated the process. Normally when a country defaults, a debt exchange often takes place. That is the original … Continue reading
I saw this earlier today and thought it was an excellent video. It was done entirely using still photographs and it has music from The XX. Le FlÃ¢neur (music by The XX) from Luke Shepard on Vimeo.
I’m going to use this blog as a proxy for my random musings and thoughts. I’m calling it Tired of Doctors because, quite frankly, I’m tired of doctors, I mean really, who enjoys going to the doctor? I’m currently reading … Continue reading
Such was the thrust of testimony before a Senate committee this week by Robert Pickel, head of the International Swaps and Derivatives Association (ISDA), and Richard Lindsey, former president of Bear Stearns’ brokerage unit, regarding the role of credit default … Continue reading