Peru has appointed J.P. Morgan closing and reconciliation agent for its Brady agreement, signed last October with commercial creditor banks, a source told Dow Jones.

As reconciliation agent, J.P. Morgan will reconcile Peru's records with banks' records on $1.3 billion of defaulted debt and come up with a final list of Peru's creditors and the amount in interest arrears owed to each creditor.

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