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.
Academics propose new credit index that ditches Libor tenors for a single funding spread
Administrators target year-end benchmark trials despite low swaps liquidity
FCA will have little control over how synthetic Libor rates are used in other jurisdictions
Despite posting big losses, funds that track front-month contracts remain popular with investors
Critics deplore lack of detail in UK taskforce's call for parallel legal fix and synthetic rate
Inclusion of dealer-to-client prices will boost publication rate in stress periods, IBA claims
Counterparty departure forces closure of eight oil trackers with $580 million of assets
Libor head predicts quick transition for loans following ‘big bang’ shifts in swaps
Vendor taps vast pool of credit market data to create new benchmark “not dissimilar” to Libor
Buy-side firms using Acadiasoft for Simm calculations must adopt the ORE XML data format
Dividend-related losses at BNP Paribas may be higher than previously reported
Collapse in equity trading revenues prompts rethink of autocall hedging
UK working group delays Libor loan end-date to March 2021 as emergency loan scheme shuns Sonia
Regulator-proposed quote approach falters as dealers pull swap prices from screens
Negative rates ease path for compounded Saron home loans without lags or lookbacks
Annual recalibration means March volatility will not be reflected in margin until end-2021
Investors that rolled futures contracts before companies axed AGMs “could have lost a lot of money”
A popular relative value strategy delivered unexpected profits when companies axed payouts
Associations warn phase five deadline may no longer be possible for hundreds of buy-side firms amid Covid-19 disruption