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Puerto Rico debt investigation team solicits public input

By on March 21, 2018

SAN JUAN – In a release issued Wednesday, Puerto Rico’s Financial Oversight and Management Board said that Kobre & Kim, which was hired to investigate the island’s debt and its “connection to the current fiscal crisis,” is soliciting input from the public.

The statement adds that any information provided may become public or shared with “various stakeholders interested in the Independent Investigator’s work.” If, however, the person providing information requires confidentiality, the firm adds, the communication should specify so and “ask to discuss the terms under which certain information may be treated confidentially.”

Kobre & Kim’s John Couriel was hired by the fiscal board to investigate Puerto Rico’s debt investigate. (Screen capture of

“The Independent Investigator for the Special Investigation Committee of the Financial Oversight and Management Board for Puerto Rico is soliciting input from the public in connection with its investigation of Puerto Rico’s historical government debt issuances. If you have information that you believe may be relevant to the Independent Investigator, please email the Independent Investigator at,” the release reads.

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