The London Stock Exchange (LSE) has signed a new clearing services agreement with the London Clearing House (LCH), bringing to an end a period of intense competition with Eurex for the contract.
Author: Solomon Teague
Source: Risk magazine
| 26 Nov 2003
Categories: Clearing, Exchanges
Topics: Euronext, Eurex, Clearnet, Clara Furse, LCH.Clearnet, London Stock Exchange (LSE)
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