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Sovereign Debt Restructuring in Europe: Lessons from Latin America (Audio)

Speakers: Adam Lerrick, Visiting Scholar, American Enterprise Institute for Public Policy Research; Chairman, Sovereign Debt Solutions Limited
William R. Rhodes, President and Chief Executive Officer, William R. Rhodes Global Advisers, LLC; Senior Adviser, Citigroup, Inc.
Ernesto Zedillo Ponce de León, Director, Center for the Study of Globalization, Yale University; Former President, Mexico
Presider: Roger C. Altman, Founder and Chairman, Evercore Partners, Inc.
May 3, 2011

Experts discuss the current state of European sovereign debt restructuring, as well as the economic lessons Latin America has to offer.

This event was part of the McKinsey Executive Roundtable series in International Economics.

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