Eurex Clearing helps OTC derivatives industry to meet new regulations

The German company was among the first CCPs to comply with Emir

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Jens Quiram, Eurex

Payment and financial market infrastructure providers have come under significant pressure to improve their processes and service offerings since the advent of the global financial crisis. In particular, a G-20 requirement that most over-the-counter derivatives contracts must be cleared through central counterparties (CCPs) has resulted in a scramble to reshape the architecture for off-exchange instruments.

Eurex Clearing – a company with 170 clearing members in 16 countries, which manages a

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