Leveraging IMF Bailouts To Offset EMC Risks


WASHINGTON, DC--While the injection of funds and credit by the Inter national Monetary Fund (IMF) into a growing number of troubled emerging markets appears to be mitigating global credit and systemic risks, it is also altering the risk landscape in ways that may be creating more subtle risks that risk managers are now just starting to identify and hedge.

When the governments and corporations in troubled countries like Brazil, Russia and South Korea, were unable to pay their debtors, the IMF

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