NEW YORK, Jan 24 (Reuters) – Investors managing nearly $7
billion of restructured Argentine sovereign bonds say they are
willing to negotiate an end to a decade-long fight by holdout
investors who refused to participate in two prior government-led
In a statement on Friday from the ad hoc group’s legal
adviser Linklaters, this group of so-called Exchange Bondholders
says it now represents close to 30 percent of outstanding
restructured debt managed by more than 20 asset managers.