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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Lack of consensus would add pre-cessation option to post-cessation protocol for bilateral swaps
Conflicting custody interests and delayed docs call IM phase five readiness into question
Minimal non-representative lifespan opens door for rerun of Isda trigger consultation
Nomura is developing new software services to supplement trading profits
Consent solicitation aims to flip one-year Libor-linked grace period on fixed instruments to RFR
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Trade body seeks clarity on zombie lifespan and CCP response as it bows to regulatory pressure
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Bank launches matchmaking service for lonely hedge funds and return-hungry investors
Covered bonds secure unanimous transition support, while first negative consent amendment passed
The conversion, backed by 99.84% of bondholders, marks another milestone in the Libor transition