Eurex seeks Hong Kong clearing licence

Bourse has Greater China in its sights after Japan and Singapore licences approved


Eurex is seeking a clearing licence from Hong Kong’s regulator – a move which would allow the European futures giant to onboard local entities for futures and swaps clearing directly.

Recognition as a designated central counterparty from the Securities and Futures Commission in Hong Kong is a privilege currently enjoyed by rival clearers LCH, CME Group and JSCC, as well as Hong Kong Exchange. At present, Hong Kong firms can only clear directly at Eurex through a foreign subsidiary or via a

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