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Joshua Roberts

Associate Director

My role is to assist our clients in assessing their exposures to the financial markets – predominantly interest rates and foreign exchange – and to structure hedging solutions to manage these risks. I also write Chatham’s Weekly Bulletin, which aims to keep our clients abreast of relevant political and economic developments, and how these may influence the financial markets.

T: +44 (0)207 493 3310

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  • Private Equity
  • Commodity Hedging
  • Deal Contingent Hedging
  • FX Hedging
  • Hedge Accounting
  • Inflation Hedging
  • Interest Rate Hedging


  • MMath & MA Mathematics, Gonville & Caius College, University of Cambridge

About Josh

I joined Chatham in 2016 and now work on the private equity desk. Our team covers a very broad range of clients, from funds and the companies backed by these through to corporates with more general capital structures.

Prior to joining Chatham, I worked at VTB Capital, the investment-banking arm of the Russian state bank, and Odey Asset Management.

When not at the office, I can usually be found playing piano, running further than is entirely sensible, or failing to work on my first novel. 

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Published work

BoE rate cut fails to lower swap rates

Thursday's emergency rate cut by the Bank of England sent a confidence signal, but did little to lower borrowing costs.

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Central banks take centre stage

Emergency central bank action still overshadows all other market news, as policymakers around the world slash rates to historic lows.

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Covid-19 sends markets into tailspin

Joshua Roberts explores the market turmoil resulting from Covid-19’s ever expanding reach.

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UK interest rates: Will the doves win in 2020?

Andrew Bailey will take the helm of the Bank of England next month amid a lively debate about the future direction of UK interest rates. Which side will win in 2020?

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SOFR: Not exactly risk-free

Read our analysis on SOFR, the risk-free rate that is set to replace Libor.

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Draghi’s legacy and the future of the euro

Judging a central banker’s record is notoriously difficult, particularly in the years immediately following their term. But for Mario Draghi, who departs from the ECB presidency this week, the most significant moment of his premiership is easy to pinpoint...

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Time to switch to Sonia?

With a little over two years to go until Libor loses its regulatory support, GBP debt and derivative markets are increasingly focussing on the transition to Sonia.

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The end of Libor: A guide for Treasurers

This primer is intended to help Treasurers prepare for the disappearance of the financial sector’s most important number.

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No, the UK is not heading for emerging market status

There is a growing fashion amongst economic pundits for claiming that the UK is starting to behave like an emerging market....

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Will Euribor be discontinued?

The global effort to replace interbank offer rates (IBORs) with risk-free rates (RFRs) represents the most significant challenge faced by financial markets in decades.

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