Addition of UBS and Barclays to give 'tremendous boost' to trade volumes netted on Harmony CCP Connect for Equities platform.
Central counterparties LCH.Clearnet and SIX x-clear to join EuroCCP in Nasdaq Nordic cash equities markets.
The European Central Counterparty (EuroCCP) has initiated a discussion around the need to deploy a limit switch mechanism, or kill switch, to avoid the contagion of erroneous trades.
The Bank for International Settlements (BIS) and the International Organization of Securities Commissions (Iosco) have published a report on recovery and resolution that set out guidance on the tools that Central Counterparty (CCP) clearinghouses can…
EuroCCP will now be able to match over-the-counter (OTC) transactions with Traiana’s Harmony platform.
European central counterparty (CCP) EuroCCP will clear trades executed on the London Stock Exchange (LSE) once regulatory approval is received.
EuroCCP has announced that the consolidation of businesses following its merger with EMCF has completed.
Cash equities clearing house EuroCCP has announced that it has received European Market Infrastructure Regulation (Emir) authorization.
Cash equities clearing houses EuroCCP and EMCF have completed the transaction to combine the two firms, following regulatory approvals, with the changes in name taking effect from early 2014.
The UK Office of Fair Trading (OFT) has given a green light to the proposed merger between EuroCCP and EMCF, allowing the two firms to proceed to the next stage in their combination.
EuroCCP has debuted its new netting service for customers operating across multiple venues trading UK and Irish stock.
Owners of the clearing houses EMCF and EuroCCP have signed a sale and purchase agreement, formalizing an intention to combine the two businesses that was announced earlier in the year.
European cash equities clearing house EuroCCP has announced the addition of Deutsche Bank Frankfurt as a general clearing participant (GCP).
US-headquartered market-maker Getco has chosen central counterparty clearing house (CCP) EuroCCP to provide interoperable clearing for its European GETMatched platform.
European central counterparty clearing houses (CCPs) EuroCCP and EMCF will combine their operations this year to create a single entity for cash equities clearing, subject to regulatory approvals.
As Europe moves towards T+2, or settling two days after trade date, moves to further shorten settlement cycles are unlikely to be mandated by regulators, panelists and attendees at the FPL EMEA Trading Conference said last week.
New status marks 27th ICP for house.