Jan. 20 (Bloomberg) -- Hans Humes, president of Greylock Capital Management, said Greece and its creditors are getting “close to consensus” on a debt swap.
“There’s been significant progress,” Humes, a member of committee negotiating the deal with the government, said in a Bloomberg Television interview today. “There’s broad agreement about the coupons and structural elements.” He said it would “optimistic” to expect a final agreement before the weekend. He didn’t elaborate on the terms of the swap.
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