Gramercy Funds Management said it plans to continue to work with the Argentine government and other stakeholders following an agreement between creditors and the country.
The agreement impacts roughly $65 billion in sovereign debt issued by Latin America’s third largest economy, which defaulted on its debt most recently in May.
“We believe that this consensual breakthrough is yet another important building block in the collaborative approach needed to help address Argentina’s debt challenges,” said Robert Koenigsberger, founder and CIO of Gramercy, the $4.75 billion Greenwich, Connecticut firm that also has offices in . . .
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