Eurex wants regulators to do more to kick-start EU clearing

Around half the end-user accounts opened at the CCP after Brexit remain dormant


Eurex is calling on regulators to provide incentives for firms with unused accounts at the central counterparty (CCP) to start using its clearing service for euro-denominated interest rate swaps.

The Frankfurt-based CCP has increased its market share in cleared euro-denominated interest rate swaps to 22% – amounting to €27 trillion notionally – with 550 clearing members and clients onboarded, according to Matthias Graulich, member of the executive board of Eurex Clearing.

However, only half of

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