Clearing house of the year: LCH.Clearnet

Michael Davie

On the face of it, 2011 saw more disappointments than triumphs for LCH.Clearnet. Efforts to expand its interest rate swap clearing business, SwapClear, were slowed by tensions in some jurisdictions between the desire to have a locally domiciled central counterparty (CCP) and the need to give market participants access to the deepest pool of liquidity – Australia and Hong Kong are among countries consulting on the issue. In the US, SwapClear was overshadowed by CME Group, which saw a surge in

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