Greylock wins round in Argentine default suit
Fri Mar 3, 2006
Greylock Capital Management has come one step closer to
recovering the hundreds of millions of dollars lost by its
distressed debt funds when Argentina defaulted on more than
$100 billion in debt in December 2001 - the largest sovereign
default in history.
On February 20, Judge Thomas Griesa in federal court in
Manhattan granted a motion for summary judgment against
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