All posts tagged "Prifa"
Puerto Rico creditor group defends validity of Public Buildings Authority bonds
But argues commonwealth's debt limit was breached
- Posted April 12, 2019
Prifa identifies $24M in unused proceeds from 2006 debt issuance
Funds to be used for infrastructure improvements and regional projects
- Posted May 23, 2017
What are creditors demanding in their lawsuits against the government?
A list of the claims of creditors who sued the government of Puerto Rico
- Posted May 2, 2017
Wall St. Optimistic Over Rosselló Election
Tout Shift in Negotiation Paradigm
- Posted November 16, 2016
Investors Sue Government to Paralyze Moratorium Act
SAN JUAN – A group of individuals and corporation owners holding $100 million worth of Government Development Bank (GDB) and Puerto Rico Public Finance Corp. (Prifa) bonds are challenging the constitutionality of the Puerto Rico Emergency Moratorium...
- Posted July 5, 2016
Governor Issues Executive Order Halting BAN Payments
Reiterates need for congressional action to ensure essential services
- Posted June 25, 2016
Another Puerto Rico Entity Placed Under Emergency Period
Prifa faces $5.1M payment on June 15
- Posted May 1, 2016
Seaborne Logo to Fly in San Juan’s Golden Mile
SAN JUAN – Seaborne Airlines and the the Puerto Rico Infrastructure Financing Authority (PRIFA) have entered into an agreement to install Seaborne’ s corporate logo on the 23rd floor of the exterior frontal façade of the World...
- Posted February 8, 2016
Gov’t FY 2016 Budget now $9.3B; Audited Statements may be Released by end of Month
SAN JUAN – The Puerto Rico government budget for fiscal year 2016, which ends June 30, has been adjusted, from $9.8 billion to $9.27 billion, mainly as a result of lower than expected revenue entering the commonwealth...
- Posted January 13, 2016
Puerto Rico Gov’t Sued by 2 Insurers Over ‘Illegal’ Clawbacks
SAN JUAN — Two Puerto Rico bond insurers, Ambac Assurance Corp. and Assured Guaranty, announced Thursday, Jan. 7, they had filed suit against the commonwealth for redirecting pledged revenues, known as “clawbacks,” to pay constitutionally guaranteed debt...
- Posted January 8, 2016