Eurex looks to provide third-party clearing services in Asia

As part of marking Asia Risk's 20th anniversary, we are writing a series of profiles on 'Firms of the Future' – global firms that are looking to expand in Asia, or regional companies with worldwide ambitions. The first in the series is Eurex, which is ramping up its Asia derivative and clearing operation

Michael Peters, Eurex: Asia clearing ambitions

Global exchange groups have been increasingly turning their eyes towards Asia but Eurex is more advanced than most. With a mixture of cross-product listings, stakes in regional exchanges, a joint venture between parent group Deutsche Boerse and two major Chinese exchanges to trade RMB in Frankfurt, a Singapore clearing licence and most recently an application to set up a trading operation in the city-state, the firm's Asian strategy is multifaceted.

The German exchange is also looking to put

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