The German exchange has become the fourth clearing house to win approval to operate under EMIR
Eurex has overcome its regulatory hurdles to become the
fourth European clearing house to be approved under new market
rules governing central counterparties (CCPs), writes
The German exchange’s authorisation was held up
last month after its college of regulators failed to support a
risk assessment from Germany’s derivatives
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