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18 May 2010



Greek Sovereign Default: What Happens Next?

Despite the European Union-approved aid package for Greece, a possible Greek sovereign bond default still looms. The potential impact of default brings into question the future of the European Union, and has created an uproar in the global financial markets. The crisis has the world asking "What happens next?"

Please join Doug Doetsch, Ed Parker, Drew Salvest, Manuel Magalhães, Fernando Minguez Hernandez and Nikos Salakas for a 30-minute teleconference as they discuss the below topics.

  • The historical perspective of sovereign defaults by Argentina
  • What a Greek default means for investors
  • The impact on Portugal, Spain and Greece
  • The effect on the derivatives market


Douglas A. Doetsch
Mayer Brown

Edmund (Ed) Parker
Mayer Brown

Drew Salvest
Mayer Brown

Manuel Magalhães
Cuatrecasas, Gonçalves Pereira

Fernando Minguez Hernandez
Cuatrecasas, Gonçalves Pereira

Nikos Salakas
Koutalidis Law Firm

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