ISDA says Greece's forcing investors to participate should trigger insurance payouts.
By John Glover and Abigail Moses, Bloomberg|March 09, 2012 at 10:13 AM
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Greece’s use of collective action clauses forcing investors to take part in the sovereign restructuring should trigger $3 billion of insurance payouts under rules governing credit-default swap contracts.
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