Educational Website regarding Argentina's Sovereign Debt Case
Project: Argentina's Sovereign Debt Case
Client: Embassy of the Argentina Republic in the United States of America
In 2001, Argentina defaulted on its sovereign debt. Since 2003, under a new government, the country has been taking the necessary steps toward normalizing its financial obligations.
When Argentina defaulted on $100 billion in debt, a small minority of bondholders known as vulture funds bought the defaulted debt for pennies on the dollar with the sole purpose of suing the Argentina for the face value of the bonds plus interest. This seriously threatens the economic future of struggling nations and their people.
This mobile-first website was created to provide a clear, credible and compelling narrative of the issue.