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Creditor's steering committee formed for BTA Bank

Monday, 06 February 2012
Creditor's steering committee formed for BTA Bank Kazakhstan's BTA Bank says that following the meetings arranged over the past two weeks with holders of the bank’s senior, OID and subordinated Notes, its recovery units and participants in the RCTFF, a steering committee has now been formed to represent the interests of its various creditor stakeholders. http://www.ftseglobalmarkets.com/

Kazakhstan's BTA Bank says that following the meetings arranged over the past two weeks with holders of the bank’s senior, OID and subordinated Notes, its recovery units and participants in the RCTFF, a steering committee has now been formed to represent the interests of its various creditor stakeholders.

The steering committee comprises a diversified and representative group of the bank’s public and private sector creditors and includes certain funds and accounts managed or advised by Ashmore Investment Management Limited, the Asian Development Bank, the DE Shaw Group, FFTW UK Limited – a BNP Paribas investment partner, Gramercy Funds Management LLC, JP Morgan Securities Ltd, Nomura International plc and VR Capital Group Ltd.

A seat on the steering committee is also reserved for the Swedish Export Credits Guarantee Board (EKN, which has been participating on a preliminary basis for the purposes of forming the steering committee) and a seat is also reserved for a representative of participants in the RCTFF.



Members of the steering committee collectively hold the Bank’s Senior Notes, OID Notes, Subordinated Notes and Recovery Units. A meeting of the steering committe and its legal advisors is expected to take place on February 8th.

Anvar Saidenov, BTA's chairman says, “We welcome the establishment of the steering committee, which is an important step forward in the bank's restructuring plans. [We recognise] the importance of building a broad consensus for the restructuring process and is pleased by the diversity of creditors and believes that the steering committee will be effective given their representation and restructuring experience. While much work remains to be done we believe that, with goodwill and constructive engagement on all sides, the Steering Committee can help us to arrive at the best solution for the Bank and all its stakeholders.”

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