Risk 25 firms of the future: CME Group

We are not too big

Terry Duffy
Terry Duffy, CME Group

Ask anyone in the derivatives industry to name the firms they think will help shape the market’s future, and the list will almost certainly include CME Group. The exchange already has a dominant share in financial futures open interest in the US, and its vertical business model means those contracts are required to clear though its clearing house arm. It is now moving into the over-the-counter derivatives market, clearing interest rate swaps, credit default swap indexes, non-deliverable forwards

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