It seems as though one of two things happened last Thursday.
Either Fraser Cowie let the cat out of the bag on something
that is not yet supposed to be public knowledge, or he made a
simple error, perhaps over-simplifying things for an audience
for whom clearing technology is not a primary concern. Either
way, several people - including our own editor-in-chief - heard
him tell a group of hedge fund managers that, at some stage,
all Liffe derivative products would move to one trading
platform, Liffe Connect (which we know) and one clearing
platform, Clearing 21 (which we didn't know).
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