Clearstream Services S.A. is one of the largest, most experienced, and most advanced IT organisations in Luxembourg, and is fully integrated with Deutsche Börse IT.
Since it was founded in 1970, Clearstream’s core business has always fully relied on its IT environment. It is the leading international settlement and custody organisation offering a comprehensive service covering both domestic and international bonds and equities, and settles more than 250,000 transactions daily.
Clearstream Services employs around 500 IT specialists, managing impressive processing power on multiple platforms with secure back-up facilities over multiple locations in Luxembourg. Our data centres provide the highest on-site security as well as data security, with built-in redundancies that ensure a high degree of availability of mission-critical applications.
Indeed, thanks to the economies of scale that Clearstream Services and Deutsche Börse Group can apply, Clearstream has successfully won and developed a number of technology solutions for a variety of partners within the national and international financial community.
More specifically, Clearstream offers the following services:
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