Greece lines up Rothschild for debt advisory role as bankruptcy looms

Replaces Lazard

Daniel Flynn
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Greece lines up Rothschild for debt advisory role as bankruptcy looms

Greece is reportedly planning to hire Rothschild as its debt adviser, replacing current adviser Lazard in the role, as it attempts to end a long-running stand off with creditors.

According to the Financial Times, government officials in Greece hope to finalise the appointment before a gathering of euro-area finance ministers on 20 February. Unless Greece receives fresh funds...

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