Marta Colomar-Garcia

Argentina Debt Deal Blocks Holdout Plaintiffs’ Counsels from Joining Settlement Talks

Diaz Reus Partner Marta Colomar-Garcia, acting as Plaintiffs’ co-lead counsel overseeing eight separate class action lawsuits in Argentina’s 2001 $100 billion default, says that Plaintiffs have not been able to engage in genuine and substantive settlement discussions with Argentina in an attempt to resolve the litigation. Earlier in 2016, Colomar-Garcia said that she found out…

Are Banks Working Together Enough to Prevent Crimes?

LATIN AMERICAN FINANCIAL SERVICES ADVISOR, a publication of  Inter-American Dialogue, asks: Are Banks Working Together Enough to Prevent Crimes? Q: Financial messaging service provider SWIFT said in January that more than 2,000 financial institutions worldwide had signed up for its centralized Know Your Customer (KYC) registry, through which companies can share information required for KYC compliance.…

GTO Miami Real Estate

GTO: Regulators’ crackdown on laundered money invested in U.S. real estate

In 2015, The New York Times published a shocking piece naming several wealthy foreigners who had purchased United States real estate for many multiple millions of dollars. Among others, the article named Vitaly Malkin, a former Russian politician and banker involved in a variety of financial scandals—barred from entering Canada because of suspected connections to…

Expats in Dubai gain advantage with the new DIFC Wills & Probate Registry

By Arti Sangar During the last two decades, a sizeable chunk of the expatriate population has relocated to Dubai for both employment and investment opportunities. Undoubtedly, many have made significant economic gains in terms of purchasing luxury houses and other assets, and in some instances, setting up business empires for their successors’ benefit. However, until…