In this interview and Q&A session, Moody’s analysts examined the risks to private creditors that have become more visible as initial Common Framework applications progress.
- In contrast to DSSI, are official-sector lenders more intent on upholding the principle of comparable treatment under the G20 Common Framework?
- Who will be responsible for determining the extent and apportionment of debt or liquidity relief? Has the scope for private creditors or the applying government to influence the outcome diminished?
- Does a Common Framework application in and of itself necessarily entail private-creditor losses? If not, would exceptions early on diminish the capacity for the official sector to insist on comparability of treatment in other instances?
Speakers from the Sovereign Risk Group
Moderator: Matt Robinson, Associate Managing Director
Kelvin Dalrymple, Vice President - Senior Credit Officer
Aurelien Mali, Vice President - Senior Credit Officer
Lucie Villa, Vice President - Senior Credit Officer