In 2003, the chairman and majority shareholder of the leading residential Argentine mortgage bank considering how the bank to bring the restructuring to a successful conclusion, as the country’s economy continues to suffer from the effects of the currency crisis from 2001 to 2002 and by default. As the Bank’s competitors, many of whom were also creditors, the ranks begin to close Banco Hipotecario have the management and shareholders to come up with a plan that will satisfy the creditors and keep the bank bu … Read more »

In 2003, the chairman and majority shareholder of the leading residential Argentine mortgage bank considering how the bank to bring the restructuring to a successful conclusion, as the country’s economy continues to suffer from the effects of the currency crisis from 2001 to 2002 and by default. As the Bank’s competitors, many of whom were also creditors begin to close ranks, Banco Hipotecario have the management and shareholders to come up with a plan that will satisfy the creditors and keep the banking business model intact.
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Arthur I sail,
Alexandra De Royere,
Daniel B. Bergstresser
Source: Harvard Business School
28 pages.
Release Date: 27 March 2006. Prod #: 206102-PDF-ENG
Banco Hipotecario S.A. HBR case solution

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