Staff writer, markets
Rebekah Tunstead is the London-based staff writer on the Markets desk for Risk.net and FX Markets.
She graduated from the Technological University of Dublin in 2018, with a degree in journalism and French.
Contact Rebekah at: +44 (0)20 7316 9128 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Hedging and directional risk-taking was a problem, but FASB regime may have complicated matters
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UK Treasury still silent on pension fund carve-out despite current reprieve expiring in four months
Finger of blame for LDI crisis is also being pointed at fiduciaries and even the schemes themselves
Plans by Ice and EEX to dodge EU price cap risk fragmenting the gas market
Plans to update termination notice provisions still won’t quite pull the plug on use of fax machines
Experts warn Ice’s track record adds weight to its warning the products could move out of the EU due to the price cap
With clearing exemption due to end next June, EU funds try to learn from UK’s LDI mistakes
New rules expected to require Ice Clear Europe to push commodity derivatives into separate fund
EEX and Ice warn of widespread distortion as ECB prepares to assess financial stability impact of proposed cap
Transfer of assets is a pre-emptive move to avoid repeat of September’s collateral crunch, trustees say
Participants warn proposals would push up hedging costs for little systemic protection