Chatham crowned Risk Management Advisory Firm of the Year
- September 25, 2019
JCRA, now part of Chatham Financial, the independent financial risk management advisory, is delighted to announce that it has been recognised as Risk Management Advisory Firm of the Year at the GlobalCapital Global Derivatives Awards 2019.
The awards recognise the institutions, products and services that have improved the global derivatives markets during the last 12 months. Competing with major firms from across the industry, the winners were decided by an editorial panel, supported by market soundings and client testimonials, before being unveiled at a gala dinner at the Banking Hall in London on Wednesday 25 September 2019.
Commenting on Chatham’s award, Jackie Bowie said: “We are so thrilled to have been recognised as the Risk Management Advisory Firm for 2019 in the face of some very stiff competition. This award is testament to the hard work, technical expertise, and best in class derivative knowledge within the Chatham team. Collectively, we have ensured that we continue to offer the best service to our clients and optimise their financial risk management decisions.”
Congratulating Chatham on its victory, GlobalCapital said: “Chatham has been bold and ambitious in taking its derivatives expertise to an increasing variety of regions and clients, and has also worked to make derivatives function for the real economy, with compelling engagement and innovation in with the renewable energy sector, private equity, and UK housing associations.”
This material has been created by Chatham Financial Europe, Ltd. and is intended for a non-U.S. audience. Chatham Financial Europe, Ltd. is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority of the United Kingdom with reference number 197251.
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