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A&O partner Yannis Manuelides discusses the current sovereign debt crisis on the Duke Law Clauses and Controversies podcast

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In this podcast Yannis Manuelides, head of Allen & Overy’s Sovereign Debt practice, is interviewed by Mitu Gulati of Duke Law School and Mark Weidemaier of UNC Law School.

The discussion covers:

  • The prospects of the G20 debt service suspension initiative for less developed economies
  • Why sovereign debt contingent instruments hailed by economists have not been adopted by issuers
  • The divergence of drafting practices in London and New York

You can listen to or download the podcast at Apple Podcasts or Soundcloud (these links take you to non-A&O sites).

This podcast was first published on 16 November 2020 as episode 18 of the Clauses & Controversies Podcast which is produced by Leanna Doty (Duke Law School) and hosted by Mark Weidemaier (UNC Law School) and Mitu Gulati (Duke Law School).