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Helen Champion

Helen Champion

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Helen Champion is an associate editor at Finder. She has worked in communications for over 16 years and currently writes on a range of topics including insurance and money transfers in the hope of empowering people to make better financial decisions. During her broadcast career, she helped to produce hundreds of news and breaking news reports for Associated Press TV and ITV News. And in public relations, she managed several high-profile public relations campaigns for Macmillan Cancer Support, the General Medical Council and overseas for Qatar Foundation on behalf of BLJ Worldwide. Helen has a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism from the University of Lincoln, a passion for practising karate in the dojo and a deep love of making mischief with her sons.

Latest articles by Helen Champion

6 articles written by this author

What is stock lending?

Find out how stock lending works, the extra income you could potentially earn and the risks you should be aware of. Plus, compare stock trading platforms that offer stock lending.

Helen Champion 13 December 2022
What is stock lending?

Cash App investing review 2023

Finder's Cash App review covers fees, features and feedback to consider before you invest.

Shannon Terrell & Helen Champion 2 December 2020
Cash App investing review  2023

E*TRADE review 2023

Take advantage of commission-free trading with stocks, ETFs and options with a flexible trading platform.

Helen Champion 5 December 2019
E*TRADE review 2023

Robinhood review 2023

A deep dive into the highlights and limitations of Robinhood.

Helen Champion 25 April 2019
Robinhood review 2023

Sallie Mae creates new student loans for med school

Extended grace periods and delayed repayment terms on new student loans aim to alleviate money worries for medical and dental students.

Helen Champion 13 March 2018
Sallie Mae creates new student loans for med school

Citibank pledges to refund credit card customers totaling $335 million

Refunds announced as a result of nearly two million cardholders being charged incorrect interest.

Helen Champion 6 March 2018
Citibank pledges to refund credit card customers totaling $335 million
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