Helen Bartholomew is editor-at-large, Emea for Risk.net, based in London.
Prior to joining Risk.net, she was derivatives editor for International Financing Review, part of Thomson Reuters, where she reported on debt and equity capital markets.
Helen holds a bachelor’s degree in anthropology from the University of Durham, UK.
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Buy-side firms using Acadiasoft for Simm calculations must adopt the ORE XML data format
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Associations warn phase five deadline may no longer be possible for hundreds of buy-side firms amid Covid-19 disruption
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Eight-day closure would invoke subjective valuation clauses; hedge disruption could cancel trades
Eurostoxx and Nikkei losses flip structured product dealers into painful short vol territory
UK regulator urges derivatives users to accept Isda swap fallbacks to ensure compliance with benchmark law
UK to align with US in effort eliminate interest calculation mismatches and turbo-charge adoption