SOUTH AFRICA'S DEBT AT THE TIME OF CRISIS With Estimates of Individual Exposures of all Major Banks In the Industrialized World

by John E. Lind, Diane V. Espaldon, CANICCOR Research
San Francisco, California, United States
April 1986 (contains table revised June 1986)
Publisher: CANICCOR Research
39 pages
Contents: Introduction • CHAPTER 1 • Debt Crisis • The Precipitation of the Crisis • Agreement for Partial Payment • CHAPTER 2 • "Publicly" Reported Debt • Syndicated Loans • Bonds • CHAPTER 3 • Bank Exposures for U.S., U.K, Germany, and Switzerland • General Comments on Scaling • The Tables • United States • United Kingdom • Federal Republic of Germany • Switzerland • CHAPTER 3 • Bank Exposures for Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, France, Ireland, Italy, Japan, Luxembourg, Netherlands, and Sweden • France •Canada • Belgium • Remaining Countries of the Group, especially Japan • Notes to Tables • CHAPTER 4 • Bank Exposures for Other Countries, Bi-lateral Official Lending, and Suppliers' Credits • APPENDIX A • Syndicated Loans • Sources • Estimates of Outstanding& at a Given Date • Estimates of Bank Participation • APPENDIX B • Bond Issues • Sources • Estimates of Underwriter Participation • APPENDIX C • Sources • Bank Exposure Data by Region or Country • Official Sources for Bond Issues
Used by permission of John E. Lind, CANICCOR Research
Collection: Private collection of Richard Knight