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IIF Voluntary Principles for Debt Transparency—Implementation Note

We are pleased to report that the Voluntary Principles for Debt Transparency now have a Repository for data disclosures; our thanks to the OECD for se...

IIF Publishes a Second Addendum to the Terms of Reference for Voluntary Private Sector Participation in the G20/Paris Club DSSI

This Second Addendum references the recent extension of and modifications to the G20/Paris Club Debt Service Suspension Initiative through December 31, 2021, providing a similar extension of/modifications to the private sector Terms of Reference.

IIF Letter to the G20 on Common Framework, Debt Transparency, ESG Considerations

In light of the 2021 Spring Meetings of the World Bank Group and International Monetary Fund, this letter provides private sector views that build on our November 2020 letter to the G20.  

IIF Provides Two Additions to the Toolkit to Facilitate Voluntary Private Sector Participation in the G20/Paris Club DSSI

To support debtor countries requesting debt service suspension from their private creditors, we have published Summary Terms for a Voluntary Debt Serv...

IIF Publishes an Addendum to the Terms of Reference for Voluntary Private Sector Participation in the G20/Paris Club DSSI

This Addendum references the recent extension of and modifications to the G20/Paris Club Debt Service Suspension Initiative through June 30, 2021, providing a similar extension of/modifications to the private sector Terms of Reference.

IIF Letter to the G20 on DSSI Extension and Common Framework

In the wake of the extension of the G20 Debt Service Suspension Initiative (DSSI), as well as recent thoughtful proposals for reforming the international sovereign debt architecture, the IIF offers these private sector perspectives that build on our September 22 letter to the G20.

IIF Letter To G20 Regarding The Debt Service Suspension Initiative (DSSI)

We remain strongly supportive of the intent behind the DSSI. However, we also recognize that the underlying premise may have changed—the issues in some countries are no longer temporary liquidity problems, but rather more fundamental solvency concerns. This letter sets out three key points which we believe are crucial.

G20 DSSI Template Waiver Letter Agreement

In response to the request for a waiver from private lenders stating that a request from sovereign borrowers for forbearance from official creditors would not constitute an event of default, we are very pleased to published this “G20 DSSI Template Waiver Letter Agreement.” 

IIF Letter To G20, IMF, World Bank and Paris Club On the Private Sector Terms of Reference for the G20/Paris Club DSSI

Informed by our working group discussions, this letter is meant to frame the accompanying Terms of Reference for private sector consideration of borrower requests within the DSSI.

Terms of Reference for Voluntary Private Sector Participation in the G20/Paris Club DSSI

The Terms of Reference are a toolkit for DSSI-eligible sovereign borrowers that request forbearance from their private creditors. This new framework offers a flexible template for in-scope borrowers and their private creditors to advance conversations and enable voluntary debt service suspension, on terms in line with official bilateral creditors.

 

 

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