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Sovereign debt and eurozone developments

20 February 2015

The daily developments in the eurozone present significant challenges to senior management and legal teams. The current focus is, of course, on events in Greece and in particular the fraught negotiations between the new Greek government and the Eurogroup in relation to the Greek bailout. We are monitoring developments closely and addressing the legal impact of events for our clients.

While each institution will take its own view as to likely scenarios that may develop, we have been working with our clients on the complex legal analysis and issues behind the latest events, and to identify steps to allow clients to best protect themselves as each new development unfolds.

As significant new developments arise, we will post updated commentary here. Our lawyers around the world, and in particular the Allen & Overy Global Law Intelligence Unit (a faculty of expert Allen & Overy lawyers with expertise in cross-border law) have written a number of relevant publications since the start of the eurozone crisis in 2011:

For specific advice, please get in touch with your usual Allen & Overy contact or any of the list of Allen & Overy lawyers below, who have been focusing in particular on keeping updated on the latest sovereign debt and eurozone developments.

Belgium
Dirk Meeus
Sylvie Kierszenbaum

France
Fabrice-Faure-Dauphin
Brice Henry
Hervé Ekue

Germany
Alexander Behrens

Greece
Yannis Manuelides

Hong Kong
Yvonne Siew 

Luxembourg
Henri Wagner

Netherlands
Justin Steer
Brechje van der Velden

Spain
Charles Poole-Warren

United Kingdom
David Benton
Karen Birch
Richard Cranfield
Sarah Garvey
Tim House
David Krischer
Yannis Manuelides
Richard Tredgett
David Wakeling

United States
David Lucking
  

 

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