Risk 25 firms of the future: LCH.Clearnet

Ian Axe
Ian Axe, LCH.Clearnet

Many in the industry suspect there will eventually be consolidation in the over-the-counter clearing space, but few predicted that trend would begin before mandatory clearing regulations even came into effect. If LCH.Clearnet’s acquisition of International Derivatives Clearing Group (IDCG) goes ahead, though – and many believe an announcement is imminent – it will open a new chapter for the fast-evolving sector.

It’s a development that may reassure dealers, increasingly alarmed at the queue of

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