Venezuela ICSID Arbitration Dashboard

Venezuela owes nearly US$ 20 billion in principal and interest on sovereign bonds through 2021.  As a result of pending and awarded arbitration claims with the World Bank’s International Center for the Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID), Venezuela could face an additional US$ 12 billion in liabilities.  To date, Venezuela has been agile in the courts, delaying payments and avoiding asset attachment.  But the reality is that the country will eventually have to pay the piper.

IPD Latin America’s Venezuela ISCID Arbitration Dashboard provides consolidated data on 43 arbitration cases either awarded or pending award.  Claim status, claim amounts, accrued interest and estimated payout dates are all conveniently organized for a clear picture of Venezuela’s overall exposure.

A case notes tab with information on claimants and claim details is also included.

File Type: Excel
Last Update: December 19, 2017
Price: US$ 550

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