Welcome to Debtwire's 4th Annual Puerto Rico Restructuring Forum
Over the last 12 months, the people of Puerto Rico elected a new governor, the island's government defaulted on constitutionally guaranteed debt, and the federal government appointed the Financial Oversight and Management Board to oversee the island’s restructuring. Creditors have not stood idly by. At one point over the past year, there were fifteen active creditor lawsuits in the District Court for Puerto Rico.
The future of Puerto Rico's economy, market access and fiscal health hangs in the balance. So, too, does its relationship with the United States. Voters will go to the polls in an 11 June referendum to determine the status of Puerto Rico’s political future.
Please join the Debtwire team and esteemed panelists to get updates and progress for one of the most contentious restructurings in the Western Hemisphere.