Editor, risk management
Tom Osborn is the desk editor of Risk.net’s risk management coverage, overseeing a team of journalists based in New York, London and Hong Kong. Prior to joining Risk, he reported on the futures and foreign exchange markets for Dow Jones' Financial News and the Euromoney group of publications.
Tom holds a bachelor’s degree in English literature from the University of Warwick, UK.
Chair of Lords subcommittee says UK neglect of Europe is "criminal"
Regulators focus on default management as CCPs target launch in early 2015
Roughly two-thirds believe trade talks would help fix swaps problems
Bill gives US Senate the chance to kill off Dodd-Frank indemnification clause
Industry body says 15-40 trades per day should be rough benchmark of liquidity for Mifid
Former MEP says UK would have "blindly copied" text of Basel III
No ambiguity in 2014 contracts, but questions exist over 2003 vintage
Discussion paper asks 139 questions on new transparency regime
Paulhac says CME swap future is being pushed as a margin-light product for clients
European members of non-EU CCPs face "capital cliff"
Regulators struggling to use fractured reports, says OFR's Mosser
US rules have broken the swap market in two, according to 60% of respondents to a poll
Clearer’s founding banks – OTCDerivNet – no longer have powers of direction
Interest rate swap with €79 million notional is nearly half a billion euros underwater
New chief exec prepares for "intense" European clearing fight
Corporates lag other participants; less than a third collateralising
Industry would struggle to hedge risk following a dealer default, says Goldman's Frankel
Requirement to use new trading platforms will make market more costly, less liquid, end-users say