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Meet Juan A. Sabater

“It is both a great privilege and honor to learn about President Biden's intention to appoint me to the Oversight Board. I am very grateful to the President for the opportunity. I look forward to working with my other board colleagues to promote the growth and success of Puerto Rico. I have great confidence in the abilities and potential of the people of Puerto Rico. I also know that, working together, we can continue to sustain and build momentum towards growth."

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Fiscal Responsibilities

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When PROMESA was enacted, Puerto Rico faced an unsustainable burden of more than $70 billion in debt and more than $55 billion in unfunded pension liabilities with no legal path to restructure its liabilities and stabilize its finances. Read more


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Review and Documents

Access a comprehensive repository of crucial documents, including reports, letters, and more.

The FOMB Contract Review Policy is established pursuant to Section 204(b)(2) of PROMESA to require prior FOMB approval of certain contracts.

The legislative review process of the FOMB is an important component of its mission to help Puerto Rico achieve and sustain fiscal responsibility.

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